Carlo Ancelotti: We are in no hurry to talk about Cristiano Ronaldo

It was not only the Spanish FA that reacted angrily to Carlo Anelotti’s comment that Ronaldo is not ready to leave.

The Italian coach also expressed disappointment that Ronaldo was not playing in the Europa League.

The 28-year-old was the subject of an official complaint over his “unacceptable behaviour” in the summer, and after an emotional farewell at the Santiago Bernabeu, he was forced to sit out the Europa Cup Final against Liverpool.

The decision came after the player had been involved in an altercation with his team-mates, which resulted in him receiving a red card.

The defender also reportedly had a falling out with the club, which led to his departure.

It was the first time that the player has been forced to leave the club.

As a result of the latest incident, Ronaldo is currently the only European footballer to miss out on the tournament.

The Real Madrid player had said he was ready to retire at the end of the season.

“I am in no rush to talk with you,” Ancelototti said in his post-match interview with reporters, when asked about the possibility of the player returning to his club.

“We know what Cristiano has done in the past.

We have to see what is his attitude in the future.

I hope he will stay in Madrid.

I have to be honest, but I can’t guarantee that.”

The comment was a harsh blow to Ronaldo’s future, which he had hoped would be settled after the final of the Champions League.

He will have to decide whether to stay with the Real Madrid team or return to Spain.

However, Ancelottos comments came after Real Madrid were linked with the signing of Juventus star Gareth Bale.

In the latest edition of the Spanish newspaper Sport, the former Inter boss confirmed that he had been in touch with the player.

“At this moment, I have spoken with Gareth Bale,” he said.

The Portuguese manager also added that he would not rule out the signing the 23-yearold if he decided to leave Real Madrid. “

That means that we will have three years with him in the team.”

The Portuguese manager also added that he would not rule out the signing the 23-yearold if he decided to leave Real Madrid.

“It’s possible,” he told Sport.

He can decide what he wants to do. “

But if he does want to come to Real Madrid, it’s up to him.

He can decide what he wants to do.

He is a talented player and I would like him to stay at Real Madrid.”

Ancelotta’s comments will no doubt anger Real Madrid fans, as the club had to be at the forefront of the transfer market to attract Bale.

However it seems that the Italian was not alone in his thoughts.

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