Ruud van Nistelrooy wants to make up with Fergie

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Ruud van Nistelrooy has admitted he is eager to bury the hatchet with former boss Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Dutchman left Manchester United for Real Madrid in 2006 after a bitter fall-out which saw him miss the Carling Cup final.

However, the 32-year-old striker admitted that he wanted to meet up with the Scot in a bid to put their past differences behind them.

He told the Sunday Mirror: "I'm so looking forward to seeing him again. I want to talk and make up, clear the air between us.

"After all this time I can't believe or understand what it was really all about. Why did it have to be such a big thing?

"I think we were both to blame. It just exploded between us.

"Because we had such a smashing relationship, I just though, 'What on earth are you doing to me?'

"I was so upset. As a professional player you never get so attached to our club or manager that a clash will hurt you that much.

"But in this case it did. It got very personal."

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