Spanish 14-time grand slam champion Rafael Nadal revealed he would like to one day be Real Madrid president.
Although Nadal's uncle Miguel Angel Nadal is a former Barcelona defender, Rafael is a Madrid fan.
Nadal admits it may be unlikely, but the 30-year-old said being at the helm of the LaLiga and European giants was a dream.
"If you ask me if I would like it, of course I would, why not?" he said, via El Mundo.
"But there is more to it... I think it will not be."
Madrid is flying high in LaLiga, sitting a point clear of Barcelona despite having played two fewer games.
Nadal, who was the Australian Open runner-up last month, praised the work being done by current president Florentino Perez.
"We are very good as we are," he said.
"We have a great president right now and I don't think Real Madrid need me, but we never know what can happen in the future. It is not something I can raise today."
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