Coach Ancelotti said he will retire after the end of his current contract with Real Madrid.
In 2024, Ancelotti will retire
Coach Ancelotti has guided Real Madrid to outstanding victories in his second stint as manager. The Italian tactician, who took over Los Blancos when they were struggling at the start of the 2021–2022 season, immediately returned the side to winning ways with the culminating of the La Liga title and the 14th Champions League.
Ancelotti’s current deal with Real will finish in 2024, when the tactician will be 65 years old. He has stated that he would retire following the conclusion of his current deal with the Madrid squad. Carletto discussed this strategy on Il Messntico.
“After leaving Real Madrid, I will retire. This chapter at the Santiago Bernabeu will close my career as a coach. Real Madrid is synonymous with top class, so it makes sense to see this team as the place to end his coaching career.”
After defeating Frankfurt in the 2022 European Super Cup, Ancelotti went down in history when he became the first manager to win the European Super Cup 4 times in his career (2 times with Real in 2014, 2022 and 2 times with Real Madrid). AC Milan in 2003 and 2007). Before that, the 63-year-old coach also went down in history as the first coach to win the Champions League four times.
In the first time leading Real Madrid, Ancelotti also helped this team win the 10th Champions League, opening one of the most successful periods in Real’s history. Unfortunately, the poor performance in the 2014/2015 season caused Ancelotti to lose his job and he moved to lead Bayern Munich after that.
Ancelotti still has a two-year deal with Real Madrid as of right now. In 2021, he took over as manager of Los Blancos, and he was instrumental in the team’s La Liga and Champions League championships the previous year. Carletto just helped Real win the European Super Cup, and he is currently enjoying his best years with the team.
In 1992, Ancelotti started working as an assistant coach for the Italian national team. He spent a year as the head coach of Reggiana after that, then went on to manage Parma, Juventus, Milan, Chelsea, PSG, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Napoli, Everton, and, eventually, returned to Real.