Carlo Ancelotti has dropped hints that he ‘will probably retire’ from club football after his stint as Real Madrid manager.
Carlo Ancelotti: “After this Real Madrid chapter I will probably retire. But if Real wants me to stay here 10 years, I'll stay another 10 years”, tells @AAlciato on @primevideoit. ⚪️ #RealMadrid
“National team in the future can be an option. Canada? Why not? I’d like it”. 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/mjhBQm5qJn
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 3, 2022
Ancelotti was lured back for a second spell at Real last summer following the departure of former assistant coach Zinedane Zidane on a three years contract.
He quickly clinched the La Liga title with Real Madrid this season, becoming the first manager to win a top-flight title in all of Europe’s big five leagues.
And Ancelotti’s season could end in more glorious way, if he could overturn a 4-3 first-leg deficit against City at the Bernabeu.
If they do reach the final and lift the trophy Ancelotti would become the only man to win the European Cup or Champions League four times as a manager, having also led AC Milan to the trophy in 2003 and 2007.