After Manchester United were linked with the re-signing of Cristiano Ronaldo, the English giants have reportedly made a huge decision on the potential reunion.
The 36-year-old donned the Red Devils shirt between 2003 and 2009, before joining Real Madrid and then moving on to Juventus in 2018.
He is now heavily linked with a Serie A exit following the Bianconeri's UEFA Champions League elimination after their round of 16 loss to Porto last week.
It is understood that Juventus are considering getting the superstar off their wage bill, and he could be available for just £25 million (R512 million) a year before his contract expires.
Several reports have linked him with moves to his former clubs United and Los Blancos, while Paris Saint-Germain could also be an option.
The Red Devils, though, have now ruled themselves out of the race to re-sign Ronaldo, according to Express Sport.
The Premier League giants will not be chasing their former superstar as they have other priorities and are focusing on signing younger players, although vice-executive chairman Ed Woodward did reportedly dream of a reunion.
Ronaldo netted 118 goals in 292 games during his time at Old Trafford, and also claimed 10 trophies under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Click through the gallery below to see how much more Ronaldo earns annually than the rest of his Juventus teammates!