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Carlo Ancelotti: This Manchester United striker is one of my big regrets


Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti says Wayne Rooney and Francesco Totti are two players he would have loved to manage.

The Italian never managed Roma despite spending almost a decade with the Giallorossi as a player.

In England he took charge of Chelsea in 2009 before leaving the club to take over at Paris Saint-Germain.

"In England he was one of my favourite players, but I was not able to train him," Ancelotti told CNN.

"In Italy, maybe [Francesco] Totti, who played for Roma.

“But I train a lot of fantastic players and I can say I was very lucky in my career."

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