Ancelotti is close to returning to coach Real Madrid

The champion of the tenth UEFA Champions League, Ancelotti, is close to returning to coach Real Madrid, replacing Zidane. The club officials want to resolve the issue of the new coach before the start of the new season.

Last week, Real Madrid decided to announce Zidane’s departure from the Spanish capital, Madrid.

Los Blancos’ desire was to keep one of the best coaches in its history, even after a tough season in which Real Madrid lost everything.

Last season, Real Madrid lost the League title in the last round. Accordingly, Zizou chose farewell after his second term with the Madrid team.

Ancelotti is close to returning to coach Real Madrid

Spanish press reports indicated Real Madrid’s desire to obtain the services of the veteran Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti.

According to Cadena Ser, Carlo Ancelotti has become one of the options available to coach the club during the new season.

Florentino Perez, president of Real Madrid, contacted the current coach of Everton, in order to know his opinion about returning to Madrid.

Also, Defensa Central confirmed that Real Madrid officials have begun negotiations with Ancelotti.

Carlo has a good relationship with the president of the club, Perez. Therefore, Everton is considering a replacement for the Italian coach, if he leaves in the coming period.

Real Madrid negotiates Zidane’s successors

Spanish reports previously stated that Real Madrid had entered into intensive negotiations with former Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte.

The royal club also tried to communicate with Argentine Mauricio Pochettino, coach of Paris Saint-Germain, to replace Zidane.

However, the latest reports indicate the possibility of bringing back the former coach, Carlo Ancelotti, who is now coaching the Everton team.

Previously, the experienced coach took charge of Real Madrid from June 2013 to May 2015.

The Italian coach, during his time with Los Blancos, won the Champions League for the tenth time in the history of the club.

Moreover, Ancelotti led Real Madrid in 119 matches in all competitions. During that time, Los Merengues won 89 matches.

In addition, he faced 14 draws and lost 16 matches. Also, Under his leadership, the team scored 322 goals and conceded 103 goals.

 

See also: Zidane’s Farewell Message: I Left for These Reasons

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