Manchester United boss retains Cristiano Ronaldo hope

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Manchester United boss David Moyes has not ruled out the possibility of resigning former Old Trafford hero Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Red Devils were linked with a summer move for Ronaldo, who ended his six-year spell at Manchester United in 2009, until the 28-year-old signed a new five-year deal to stay at Real Madrid.

Ronaldo has since publicly stated that he is playing at 'the best club in the world', however Moyes has revealed he would love to bring Ronaldo back to Old Trafford.

"Everyone at Manchester United would tell you he is the best in the business anyway," Moyes told MUTV.

"I have not been fortunate enough to work with him but there is still hope some day it might be possible."

Moyes is not the only person connected with Manchester United to lavish praise on Ronaldo, as Red Devils midfielder Anderson has labelled the Real Madrid star the best player in the world.

Ronaldo is in contention to win this year's Ballon d'Or for the first time since his 42-goal season with Manchester United in 2008 - and Anderson believes his former teammate is well placed to win the prestigious award.

"When you have Ronaldo it makes it easy," said Anderson.

"He scores all the time. He scored three goals on Tuesday. He is an amazing player, for me the best player in the world."

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