Cristiano Ronaldo says he is open to reuniting with Jose Mourinho

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Cristiano Ronaldo has not ruled out the possibility of linking up with former manager Jose Mourinho. 

The Portuguese men worked together during the Special One's three-year spell in charge at the Bernabeu and their relationship appeared to be strained by the time Mourinho rejoined Chelsea.

However, speaking at the premiere of his self-titled film, the Real Madrid superstar gave a measured response when questioned about reuniting with the Stamford Bridge boss. 


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As per Marca, the 30-year-old said: "Work with Mourinho again?

"Why not? I've got two more years on my contract with Real Madrid, but no-one knows what the future holds"


Ronaldo has been heavily linked with a move away from the Spanish capital recently. With only two years remaining on his current deal, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United have been touted as possible destinations.

If reports are to be believed, the most likely step for the three-time Ballon d'Or winner is a stint in the French capital.

It seems highly unlikely Ronaldo would make the switch to Chelsea - given his standing at Old Trafford - and, at this moment in time, it is doubtful Mourinho will still be at the Bridge by then.

The Parc des Princes club are reportedly keen to bring Mourinho in as their next manager. Maybe, just maybe, the two could reunite in Paris.

However, the Blues boss has also been linked with a return to the Bernabeu if it does not work out for Rafa Benitez.

Chelsea fans will obviously be hoping Mourinho can overturn his current predicament. Their current form is horrendous and the axe looms large.

If Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho were to reunite, where would it be: Real Madrid, PSG or Chelsea? Let us know what you think by leaving a comment below

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