Ancelotti said after Real Madrid he will quit football

On Saturday, Carlo Ancelotti announced that when he eventually leaves Real Madrid, he will retire from football management, bringing an end to one of the most illustrious footballing careers in recent memory.

Ancelotti had previously stated in May that he would “probably” resign once he left Madrid, but in an interview with the Italian newspaper Il Messaggero, he dispelled all doubt.

The 63-year-old declared, “This time at Real will end my career; after Los Blancos, I will resign.”

“The pinnacle of football is Real. After my experience here, it makes sense to end the conversation.”

Source : Eurosport

When he won the Spanish championship last season, Ancelotti made history by becoming the first coach to ever win all five of Europe’s top leagues. He capped a remarkable campaign by winning his second Champions League for the team.

It was the 14th time Madrid had crowned themselves European champions, and it was the most recent of many accolades the Italian had collected throughout a lengthy playing and coaching career.

He won three Serie A championships in the 1980s with Roma and AC Milan, as well as back-to-back European Cups in 1989 and 1990 with Milan under Arrigo Sacchi.

In his eight years at the San Siro, he won the 2004 league championship and two Champions Leagues. He returned to Milan as a coach in 2001.

In addition, he helped Chelsea win the league and FA Cup in 2010, setting a Premier League record with 103 goals scored.

He also won the Ligue 1 in 2013 with Paris Saint-Germain and the Bundesliga in 2014 with Bayern Munich.

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