Portugal international Ricardo Quaresma is enjoying his time with the Turkish giants Besiktas, but is refusing to rule out the possibility of returning to his former club Porto.
The experienced 32-year-old winger is currently on vacation following a historic Euro 2016 campaign during which Portugal have won their first ever European crown, but reports of his potential return to Portugal have gained pace in recent weeks.
Portugal international does not hide his emotional connection with Porto, but refuses to be drawn into speculation about a possible return to Estadio do Dragao.
“FC Porto will always be a special club for me. But I don’t know about tomorrow. I have a contract with Besiktas.”, Quaresma told Portugal daily Abola.
Ricardo Quaresma initially spent four seasons with Porto, having played 114 league games for the club from 2004 to 2008. The Portugal international returned to Porto in 2014 where he played additional 42 league games in a year’s time.
The 32-year-old winger has had a successful summer with his national team in France. Quaresma was integral part of Fernando Santos’ Euro 2016 winning squad emerging from Cristiano Ronaldo’s shadow to help his team record a historic European title.