Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has offered his support to under-fire manager Carlo Ancelotti following the final game of the season against Getafe by posting an image on Twitter hoping they are working together next season.
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The Italian manager could find himself relieved of his duties as manager of Los Blancos now that the season is over after a disappointing campaign in where he has failed to deliver a trophy.
Despite a terrific 22-match winning streak from September to January when Madrid looked on course to be crowned champions of Spain and retain their Champions League crown, they suffered a loss of form at the turn of the year which has cost them dearly in both competitions.
This had led to speculation in various sections of the media in England such as The Telegraph that Ancelotti will be replaced by former Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez as early as Monday.
But Ronaldo, who finished the La Liga season as the leading goalscorer with 48 goals, has taken to social media and pleaded with the club to stick with Ancelotti as manager next season.
Great coach and amazing person. Hope we work together next season. pic.twitter.com/HqHHGjGGUH
— Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) May 23, 2015