Want-away Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has admitted that a switch to Spanish giants Real Madrid would appeal to him.
The Uruguay international is seeking a summer exit from Anfield after growing disillusioned with his treatment in England - on the back of a string of controversies.
The Reds insist they have no intention of sanctioning a sale, but their hand may be forced if a tempting offer is lodged and Suarez pushes for a move.
He is reluctant to speculate on where he sees himself playing in 2013/14, but concedes that it would be difficult to turn down the chance to turn out alongside Cristiano Ronaldo at Santiago Bernabeu.
Speaking on Uruguayan television, Suarez said: "Of course I would like to play with Cristiano Ronaldo - he's a great player. You never know, but it's complicated."
Suarez has also been reflecting on his now infamous tussle with Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic, he which he bit the Serbian centre-half.
He concedes that he 'completely lost it' but still feels that the incident was blown out of proportion.
He added: "The incident with Ivanovic - I know I made a mistake, it was me, my fault, and he did not do anything to me.
"I was angry because I had given away a penalty for handball. I was the cause of the penalty against my team - I saw red and completely lost it. I can't really explain it.
"But still people can be very cruel, and the reaction was amazing."