Carlo Ancelotti returns to Real Madrid to coach for second time


He succeeds Zinedine Zidane as head of the club, after the former Real player left his managerial post for the second time last week.
Ancelotti previously managed Real Madrid for two years between 2013 and 2015, winning the Champions League and the Spanish Cup during the stint.
“Real Madrid communicate that Carlo Ancelotti will be the new manager of the first team for the next three seasons,” the club said in a statement. “Tomorrow there will be the official signing ceremony with President Florentino Perez in the city of Real Madrid.”

The Italian manager is stepping down as manager of Premier League club Everton to join the Spanish giants. After the announcement of his departure, he took to Twitter to thank the club.

“I would like to thank Everton FC, my players and the supporters for giving me the opportunity to manage this fantastic and historic club,” he said. mentionned. “I decided to leave because I have a new challenge with a team that has always been in my heart, Real Madrid.

“I am leaving taking with me all the amazing times we have had together and I wish the Club and the fans the best.”

A former Italian international, Ancelotti has consistently won trophies during his illustrious career as a player and manager and is one of only three managers to have won three Champions Leagues.

The 61-year-old has previously led European superpowers AC Milan, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich, winning trophies at all of these clubs.

During his time in Madrid with Real, he helped the club win their long-awaited 10th Champions League title in 2014, beating city rivals Atletico in the final.

He left a year later, but returns in 2021 with a three-year contract after Real’s first season in 11 years without lifting a trophy.

“I have complete respect for everyone associated with Everton and hope they can realize the exciting opportunities they have ahead of them,” Ancelotti said in a statement posted on the Everton website.
Pepe celebrates victory with Ancelotti after the UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg against Atletico Madrid.
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“Although I enjoyed being at Everton, I was presented with an unexpected opportunity which in my opinion is the right decision for me and my family at the moment.

He leaves Everton in search of their sixth permanent manager in five years.



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