Real Madrid boss hints at English return…
Former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has promised to return to the Premier League one day, reports the Daily Mail.
Currently in his second year at Real Madrid, the Italian also denied reports that he had been approached to manage Manchester United after both Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement, and David Moyes’ sacking.
Ancelotti previously managed in the Premier League with Chelsea, spending two years there until he was sacked in 2011. He won both the league and the F.A. Cup while he was at the London club, and apparently still has happy memories of his time there, despite its acrimonious ending.
He told the Sun, “I loved England I was very happy at Chelsea. I liked the atmosphere, the supporters. I have the best memories.”
He went on to outline his options once he’s done in the Spanish capital. “I’d like to return. It depends how long this adventure lasts. If it lasts a long time I will retire after it. But if it doesn’t then I will come to England. For sure.”
If he does come, Ancelotti would be a welcome addition to the Premier League. As one of the most successful managers of all time, with three Champion’s Leagues to his name, he would only improve a division which already has a number of greats such as Jose Mourinho, Louis van Gaal, and Arsene Wenger.