Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti is nearing a move to Real Madrid, where he previously managed.
After Zinedine Zidane's recent exit from Santiago Bernabeau, sources close to the club say that Carlo Ancelotti is making his return. He has agreed to come back to Madrid and manage Real, where he was in charge for two seasons (from 2013-2015).
Carlo had signed four and a half year contract in December 2019 with his current club, Everton. In his first season in charge, the Blues finished 10th in the Premier League.
Carlo Ancelotti is leaving Everton after only a season in charge. Photo Source: Sports Illustrated
A few weeks ago, he had refuted the rumors of him leaving for Santiago Bernabeau. He said that it was good publicity for him to be linked to Real, but it is not true and that he is happy staying at Goodison Park.
During his time at Real, the 61-year-old led the club to their much-awaited La Decima, which translates to 10th. However, the following season ended trophyless for him, and the club decided to relieve him of his duty.
Ancelotti took a break for the next season and went to Bayern Munich. Ancelotti is one of only three managers to win the European Cups three times. The other two are; Liverpool Legend Bob Paisley and former Los Blancos coach Zidane.
Carlo Ancelotti led Real Madrid to their 10th Champions League title in 2014. Photo Source: AS English
The veteran coach has won Serie A with AC Milan, Premier League with Chelsea, Ligue 1 with Paris St-Germain, and Bundesliga with Bayern Munich in his Managerial career.
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