Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has pledged his future to the club by suggesting that leading Los Blancos is the only thing he sees for himself over the coming years.
Ancelotti only returned to Real for a second spell at the club last summer, winning both La Liga and the UEFA Champions League in his first season back.
The 63-year-old Italian, who was sacked by Real in 2015 just a year after delivering La Decima, has a contract with the club until the summer of 2024. It was only last month that news emerged in Spain that Real were already considering a transfer. a new agreement.
“For this year and next year Real Madrid.” Then Madrid and Madrid again. Then we’ll see,” Ancelotti replied when asked about his future ahead of this week’s clash with Shakhtar Donetsk.
“Here they say it’s very easy to be Madrid manager: you just have to win games,” he added.
Sunday’s draw with Osasuna was the first time this season that Real have not won a game, giving Barcelona the opportunity to move them into first place on goal difference.
Ancelotti was sacked by Real for the first time after failing to build on a debut season in which he won the Champions League – the club’s first European triumph since 2002. The former Juventus, AC Milan, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Napoli, and Everton coach has set himself the huge goal of trying to repeat from his first season this time.