Cristiano Ronaldo wants to work again with his former manager Carlo Ancelotti and if the Italian takes charge at Old Trafford, he can bring in the Portuguese star.

Ronaldo, who has been linked with Manchester United this summer like the past 2-3 transfer windows, enjoyed a really good relationship with the Italian manager, winning the Champions League for Real Madrid in 2013.

Ancelotti was eventually axed from his managerial post at Bernabue in May and has himself recently been linked with the top job at Old Trafford, now reports are suggesting he could bring Ronaldo with him.

The Portuguese superstar has often talked about his desire to go back to Manchester United and may find it a great opportunity if Ancelotti replaces Louis van Gaal next summer.

The Portuguese winger in an interview said: “Mr. Ancelotti was an unbelievable surprise. In the beginning I though he was more a tough person, more – kind of arrogant, and it was the opposite.

“He’s like a big bear, I can say. He’s a cute guy, such a sensitive person. He spoke with us every day. Not just with me but with all the players. He had fun with us.

“He’s an unbelievable person. I just wish every player could have an opportunity to work with him because he’s a fantastic guy, a fantastic coach and I miss him a lot because we won many trophies together.

“And I wish to work with him one day again. But now I’m good. I have a new coach and I’m happy too, but it’s great I have good memories.”

Ancelotti has earlier confirmed that he is eager to return to management at the start of next season and gave a hint also that he would happily welcome the chance to take charge of Manchester United in the near future.

He revealed: “Of course, for every manager, they would all think of managing Manchester United.

“But let us see next summer. I will not take a job in mid-season, but I would like to work again next summer. If I don’t find a club with a good project, I can wait.”

Former United star Ronaldo left Old Trafford for Spanish giants Real Madrid back in 2009, for a world record £80 million fee at that time. Since joining Real he has become their all-time record goalscorer, but rumours always followed him which suggested one day Ronaldo will return to Old Trafford. United are also looking for more fireworks in his frontline as the attacking line despite having Rooney, Martial, Depay still finding it difficult to score goals.




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