Real - United have no evidence

Calderon says 'nothing has happened' following complaint to Fifa

Ramon Calderon insists Manchester United have 'no evidence' to show Real Madrid have acted improperly regarding their interest in Cristiano Ronaldo.

United reported the Spanish giants to Fifa on Monday concerning Real's public pursuit of the Portugal international.

The complaint to Fifa was made after United had previously issued Real with a warning regarding their comments concerning Ronaldo.

Both Real president Calderon, and coach Bernd Schuster, have spoken of their admiration of the United winger in recent weeks.

However, Calderon insists there have been no underhand tactics used by Real in the bid to take the 23-year-old to the Santiago Bernabeu.

Move impossible

Calderon says he is abiding by United's decision not to sell and is sticking to his stance that it is a matter between the player and his current club.

"They don't have any evidence because nothing has happened," Calderon told reporters in Spain.

"All there is is what the papers say and rumours that the player seems to want to leave.

"But at the moment a move is impossible because United don't want to sell him.

"It's United's right (to complain), but we haven't done anything and we are not going to do anything. It's a matter between the player and his club."