Carlo Ancelotti
Former-Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has reportedly agreed a deal to become Napoli's next manager.

Former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has been discussing the next step in his career having been sacked by Bayern Munich.

Sam Wallace of the Telegraph, a member of the Sky Sports Sunday Supplement panel, suggested on the show that it is not out of the question that Ancelotti could return to Stamford Bridge to replace Antonio Conte mid season.

While Calciomercato also note that Ancelotti has been linked with a return to the Premier League champions, they quote the Italian, who insists that he will not be taking charge of anyone mid-season, and will instead enjoy some time off before the summer:

“I will remain on holiday for the next ten months, I don’t want to take any other job before June.”

As Calciomercato report, Chelsea are not the only the only side interested in re-securing Ancelotti’s coveted services. The Italian outlet claim that AC Milan have also been linked, and he is refusing to rule out a return to either the Premier League or Serie A.

Calciomercato quote Ancelotti, who only rules out getting a quick payday in the Chinese Super League:

“I don’t know if I will return to Serie A or try another experience abroad. For sure I am not going to train in China”

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments