Ancelotti tests negative for COVID-19 and will be in charge of Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge


On Wednesday morning Real Madrid received the good news, as head coach Carlo Ancelotti was tested for no COVID-19 and will travel to London to be in the first leg of Los Blancos’s UEFA Champions League quarter-final match against Chelsea.

The Italian coach was unable to travel with the entire team on Tuesday because he was returning with the COVID-19 tests, even though he appeared unresponsive.

Chelsea will host Real Madrid again and again in the Champions League semi-finals last year, and as reported by Radio MARCA, Ancelotti will be in charge of the club at Stamford Bridge.

Ancelotti was tested for COVID-19 last Wednesday, March 30, so he missed the Real Madrid game against Celta Vigo in Balaidos on Saturday.

His son, David Ancelotti, and youth team coach Abian Perdomo led the team in Vigo, where Real Madrid won 2-1 in a two-match winning streak at Karim Benzema.

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