Brazil striker Ronaldo has again claimed he is in talks with Manchester City and believes it is a "big possibility" he could soon be playing in the Premier League.
The out-of-contract 31-year-old reckons he is within two to three months of a return to competitive action after being sidelined since February with a knee-ligament injury.
City, who are close to finalising a takeover by the Abu Dhabi-based United Group, confirmed on Tuesday they had spoken to Ronaldo and his representatives but would not be looking to sign the player.
However, Ronaldo claims the switch could still be on and that a move to England is uppermost in his thoughts.
"Yes, it is a big possibility," he said, when asked by French daily L'Equipe if he was tempted by playing in the Premier League.
"Manchester City are in the process of putting in place an unbelievable project, with some great players.
"A project which is long term but which could get immediate results because City want to topple the existing order of world football.
"We are in the process of talking to them. So we will see."
The Brazilian, who believes his recovery from his knee injury is going "marvellously well", has played down fears about his fitness.
"People can say what they want," he added. "Let's just say I am above my usual weight, but that is normal. That isn't surprising - I have gone five months without training.
"There is nothing illogical about putting on a few kilos. They can say what they want, it doesn't bother me.
"I am going to continue to work hard and to look to reach my goal, to get back playing football. Like before."
Ronaldo also revealed an interest in playing in the French league, with Paris St Germain - a club that has taken in a number of high-profile Brazilians such as Ronaldinho and Rai - his preferred destination.
"I have never received an offer from a French club, (but) I would love to," he said.
"I love Paris. I have a flat there and I often go over there.
"PSG are currently in the process of building something beautiful. They have recruited some good players and they have built a team capable of winning the title."