Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has again denied reports suggesting that Cristiano Ronaldo could return to Old Trafford next summer.
In recent weeks, reports say Cristiano Ronaldo will be heading back to his former club Manchester United after the Portuguese became unsettled at the Santiago Bernabéu earlier in the season.
Nonetheless, the Los Blancos boss has again come out to say that he is 100% sure the 29-year-old will be at Real Madrid next summer.
“Everyone can be changed and substituted but Ronaldo is now the best in the world and it [would mean] Madrid lose the best player, which is a huge loss,” said the Los Blancos manager Carlo Ancelotti.
“But this won't happen – because Ronaldo will go to the end of his career at Real Madrid. I'm 100 percent certain he will be here next season not at Manchester United, 100 per cent.”
Ancelotti also added that Ronaldo is now happy and loved at Madrid.
“He’s happy here, he’s loved here by everyone. It’s a perfect relationship at this moment so I don't think it will change. Ronaldo will finish his career here.”
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