Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has admitted to snubbing requests from Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos to join Real Madrid.
The prolific Poland international has been heavily linked with the Blancos down the years.
He has suggested at times that he would welcome a switch to the Santiago Bernabeu, but no deal has ever been done.
Bayern and Real have seen their paths cross in the Champions League at times, with Ronaldo and Ramos urging Lewandowski to join them after one of those contests.
Their calls fell on deaf ears, with the 30-year-old frontman telling Radio 5 Live’s Football Daily show when asked if he had been called to Madrid by two star turns: “Yeah, but you know, if you play at the high level, everyone says, ‘He can move there or there or there’, but it’s not important for me.
“Because I know the feeling, and I know after what everyone has said, so many teams want you, but the most important thing is what I want. And what I decide. So this time I’m not thinking about another move in my career.”