Carlo Ancelotti, the Italian manager, is likely to stay as Real Madrid’s head coach next season.
The Los Blancos manager is a four-time Champions League champion as a coach (2003, 2007, 2014, and 2022), is anticipated to stay until the end of his contract in 2024. In 2021, the 63-year-old will take over for Zinédine Zidane in the Real Madrid dugout. Despite losing the league title to arch-rivals Barcelona, Ancelotti has turned the tide in his favor, according to the site.
Madrid’s 4-0 thrashing of the Blaugranas in the Copa del Rey semi-final, cup title triumph against Osasuna, and 4-0 aggregate win over Chelsea in the Champions League quarter-finals earned Ancelotti a lot of plaudits. Real Madrid have won every possible trophy in the span of two seasons, according to the Italian manager. Real Madrid’s management is happy with the way Ancelotti has revitalized the squad. Furthermore, the Spanish club is apparently aware that there is currently no appropriate substitute for Carlo Ancelotti on the market.
Only a humiliating defeat against Manchester City in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final would jeopardize Ancelotti’s job. Similarly, or even the ultimate final (should Real Madrid defeat the Cityzens).
The 63-year-old has already stated his intention to remain at Real Madrid. Despite being in links by the Brazilian Football Association to take over the national squad, he made choice.