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Mourinho Hints That Ronaldo Has Asked Him To Replace Allegri As Juventus Manager

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Jose Mourinho has revealed that a former player, has asked him to join his club, sparking suggestions he could have been speaking to Cristiano Ronaldo about becoming the Juventus manager, SportsMail reports.

There were reports on Monday that Ronaldo had asked Mourinho whom he worked with for three years at Real Madrid, to move to the Allianz Stadium this summer.

And after Max Allegri was dismissed from his job, the Portuguese boss revealed a former player of his had been trying to convince him to join a club.

Speaking to BeIN Sports, Mourinho said: “One of the players that I have a great relationship with, he plays for a team and he told me, “You should come here next season” and I told him, “They don’t love me”.

“He told me, “You win three matches and they will start loving you”.

“This is just… we are professionals and we have respect for each other, even when we have bad reactions on the pitch, in the press conference, a player be more aggressive with another one.

“It’s people from the same industry and in the end, people respect each other.”

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