Premier League coaching target Carlo Ancelotti has decided to take his talents to Germany instead of taking over a football club in England. The former Chelsea, PSG and Real Madrid manager has agreed in principle to take over as manager of Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.
According to The Guardian, Ancelotti will be officially announced as the new manager of Bayern Munich in the next few days and will take over officiallyat the end of the 2015-16 season, when current manager Pep Guardiola’s contract expires.
The move to Bayern Munich will make Ancelotti a one of a rare few to manage clubs in Serie A, the Premier League, Ligue 1, La Liga, and Bundesliga.
As manager of Chelsea, Ancelotti led the Blues to the Premier League title, FA Cup and FA Community Shield during his three-year stint.
Among his many accolades are three Champions League titles, the Serie A title, Ligue 1 title, two Club World Cups, and three FIFA Super Cups.
In recent months, Ancelotti had emerged as a popular coaching candidate for Man United, Chelsea and Man City, along with several opening positions in La Liga.
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