With the Champions League final just a few days away, this morning's papers will make interesting reading for Sir Alex Ferguson.
You can't move for the reports after Man Utd star Cristiano Ronaldo gave an interview to a Spanish TV station in which he seemed to suggest he would be willing to consider his future at Old Trafford.
"I'm very happy here but let's see after the Champions League final what happens," Ronaldo told Spanish TV at United's training ground.
"I feel at home here. I've been here five years but the future, we'll see."
He added: "I've said a million times I'd like to play in Spain but dreaming is one thing, reality is another. I don't know."
Could Man Utd afford to turn down the kind of astronomical fee they could command for a player widely regarded as the best in the world? Would the money be able to buy a player (or even players) who could contribute 41 goals in a season?
And has Ronaldo thrown a spanner in the works for his club's Champions League preparations with the timing of his comments?
Let us know your thoughts.