Former Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti could be back in management sooner than expected after refusing to rule out a return to AC Milan this summer.
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After being dismissed from his post as Los Blancos boss on Monday night, the Italian manager stated (via Mirror Sport) that he intended to take a year away from the game and appeared to distance himself away from a potential move to the Premier League with Liverpool and Manchester City.
However, Ancelotti seems to have performed a massive u-turn following comments to the Rossoneri’s official TV channel in which he hints to shelving plans of taking a break:
“I’ve always got on well with Galliani.” He revealed (via Goal.Com)
“We’ll decide on June 3. Will I take a year off? We’ll see.” Ancelotti added.
Despite leading the club to their 10th Champions League triumph as well as the Copa Del Rey last season, the Italian’s two-year stint as Madrid boss came to an end during the week as he was made to pay the ultimate price for a trophy-less campaign this year.