Former Chelsea boss, Carlo Ancelotti has revealed that he is currently discussing a renewal of his contract with Real Madrid. Ancelotti took over from Jose Mourinho at the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer of 2013 after the latter had rejoined Chelsea FC.
The highly rated Italian manager who won the UEFA Champions League with Real Madrid last season has revealed that his contract which originally comes to an end in 2016 may be renewed soon as he hopes to be part of the club’s history for a longer time than most would have expected
Speaking to La Repubblica, the 55-year-old manager said:
“I hope to be in the history of Madrid not only for la Decima”.
“I have a contract until 2016 and we are talking about my renewal.”
“Real is very well structured. The members elect the president every four years, and he becomes a tool of control. Here, there is no tycoon, but a formidable management team. Real want the best and, consequently, the game gets better.
“I hope to be a world champion with Real. The Club World Cup in Morocco is not going to be easy, because of the the probable semi-final with Cruz Azul.”
He also revealed plans to coach AC Milan again sometime in the future and maybe the Italian national team someday.