Carlo Ancelotti Confirms His Retirement Plan


Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed plans for his retirement after his spell with Real Madrid.

Speaking with La Republica, the European football veteran confirmed he will call time on his managerial career after his spell with Real Madrid.

Ancelotti drowned rumors on his future when he penned down a new two-year contract with Real Madrid, snubbing interest from Brazil national team.

Following his new contract with the Los Blancos, the 64-year-old will take his stay with the LaLiga giants to five years after arriving at the club for the second time as manager in 2021.

With another two seasons secured with the LaLiga outfit, Ancelotti’s future seems to continue dominating the headlines with some reports he could opt for a coaching role in international football after his spell with Real Madrid.

However, it appears the Italian is not ready to stay longer in football management and is set to call it a quit when his spell with Real Madrid ends.

The three-time Champions League winner confirmed he will retire after his coaching role with Real Madrid.

In a quote from La Republica, shared by Fabrizio, Guardiola said,

“I will retire as Real Madrid manager. My career will finish at Real Madrid”, told Repubblica.

“As long as Real Madrid want me to stay, I will be here available for the club.”

Ancelotti has guided Los Blancos to a pair of La Liga titles, a Copa del Rey triumph, a Champions League title, two Spanish Super Cups, and more. He will hope to add another Champions League trophy to his collection in a few days as Real Madrid prepare to take on Borussia Dortmund in the 2023-24 final at Wembley on Saturday, June 1.


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