"You just have to win the games": Carlo Ancelotti defines his future
The Italian boss talked about what he sees for him in the coming years and he was very clear
At the momento, Carlo Ancelotti is Real Madrid and viceversa. It seems like there could be no one better suited to conduct los Blancos' star filled dressing room, no one who could better understand what it takes to be Real Madrid head coach. That is why probably many Merengue fans will release a sigh of relief when they hear the latest on Don Carlo.
Ancelotti is bringing the usual success back once again to Real Madrid in this second stint of his at the helm at the Santiago Bernabeu. Last season he added to his iconic win on "La Decima" on 2013-14 with another Champions League title, and his first LaLiga title. You could be forgiven for thinking the Italian is ready for a new challenge, perhaps closer to home, but nothing farther from the truth. The former AC Milan, PSG and Chelsea boss was clear with what he wishes in his career: "What I see in my future is Real Madrid. This season and next season, Real Madrid. Then again Real Madrid and one more time Real Madrid! Then, we will see".
With the Merengue outfit joint leaders of the league table, tied with historic rivals Barcelona, and ready to go on the hunt for another Champions League medal, it isn't hard to see why Ancelotti wants to keep the good times rolling: "Here it is said that it is very easy to be the manager of Madrid: you just have to win the games".
The Italian coach was also were comendative of the work of his boss, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez: "The future of Madrid, thanks to Florentino, will be of a high level beyond the players that come. The club will have a new stadium and will continue to make history".
Finally, questioned on whether he could see himself returning home to AC Milan (for whom he played 112 games between 1987 and 1992 before becoming a coach), he Carlo Ancelotti left it for later: "I'll talk about it the day I leave Real Madrid; if I leave Real Madrid in 20 years, I think I'll be able to retire instead of going to Milan. Becoming a director? There's Maldini, who is making a great job. It doesn't take two".