According to a report on Sunday by the Brazilian newspaper UOL Esporte. Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti would be eager to leave the club after the 2022–2023 season to lead the Brazilian national team. According to the same article.
Carlo Ancelotti would be the preferred option to succeed Tite. Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, was reportedly Brazil’s favorite manager. But Carlo had no interest in leaving his organization, according to UOL Esporte.
It would be quite unexpected to see Ancelotti leave Real Madrid. When his contract expires in 2024. Because Carlo had previously said that it would be his final position as a manager. It will be intriguing to hear what the Italian coach. He has to say about these allegations as he’ll probably address them during his subsequent news conference.
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Raul Gonzalez, manager of Castilla and a club legend. Would probably replace Ancelotti if he were to quit Real Madrid to coach Brazil. Carlo Ancelotti has declared that after leaving Real Madrid, he will retire. Ancelotti’s deal with Madrid expires in 2024, however, he may choose to extend it after that year.
Will Carlo Ancelotti leave Real Madrid?
The 63-year-old is the only manager to have won championships in each of the top five European leagues. Carlo has won the Champions League four times as a manager. He won the European Cup twice as a player and has coached 10 teams throughout a 30-year managerial career, including AC Milan, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Napoli, and Everton.
It was the 14th time Madrid had named itself European champion, and it was the most recent of many accolades the Italian had collected over a lengthy playing and coaching career. He won three Serie A championships in the 1980s with Roma and AC Milan, as well as back-to-back European Cups in 1989 and 1990 with Milan under Arrigo Sacchi.
In his eight years at the San Siro, he won the 2004 league championship and two Champions Leagues. He returned to Milan as a coach in 2001.
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