Carlo Ancelotti makes shock return to Real Madrid

Officially Confirmed!!! Carlo Ancelotti is the new manager of Real Madrid, he leaves Everton with immediate effect and comes back at his old home Real. The Italian has returned for a second spell in charge of the Spanish giants after 18 months at Goodison Park.

Ancelotti had been in charge of Everton since December 2019 and, though the Toffees finished a disappointing tenth in the Premier League this season, he was a popular figure at Goodison.

Don Carlo previously managed Real from 2013 to 2015 and won the Champions League, Super Club and Club World Cup during his spell there, as well as the Copa del Rey. Ancelotti’s first trophy was the Copa del Rey in April 2014, beating Barcelona in the final with Gareth Bale scoring a memorable late winner at Mestalla.

He was sacked in May 2015 and went on to coach Bayern Munich, Napoli and most recently Everton, who finished tenth in the Premier League last season.

Ancelotti the Champions League Real Madrid in 2014
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Contract signed until June 2024. Salary is around €6m/season net. Ancelotti’s staff contains Pintus and Davide Ancelotti.

Carlo Ancelotti said in official statement/farewell: “While I have enjoyed being at Everton FC, I have been presented with an unexpected opportunity from Real which I believe is the right move for me and my family at this time. I’m joining Real Madrid”.

Real Madrid celebrates the arrival of their former coach in twitter and other social medias.


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