Carlo Ancelotti has hinted in an interview that he will be retiring from coaching when his tenure with Real Madrid expires.
According to him, he doesn’t see any reason to take up another job, considering all that he has achieved. Seeing how he has made Real Madrid one of the top teams he sees no reason not to retire.
He further said that, when considering titles won, he feels Ac Milan and Real Madrid are the two teams he’s more connected to. He sees Real Madrid as a very focused team, with experienced players who are humble. And as of now, he’s more concerned with building human relationships than developing tactics.
“I’ll think about that at the end when taking stock makes more sense. Now I am focused on training; I like the daily work. Until a few years ago, my priority was tactics. Now I focus on human relations and getting to know people and new generations.
“This stage at Madrid will bring an end to my career. After Real Madrid, I will retire. Real Madrid is at the very top of football. It makes sense to call it a day after this experience.
“If we’re talking about trophies, Madrid and Milan are the teams I feel most connected to. This current Madrid side is at a very high level and not only in the technical sense. It is a very serious team, with humble players: even the stars keep their feet on the ground. Modric, Casemiro, and Benzema, the most experienced players, manage the group. The quality is indisputable, but that alone is not enough. The human aspect is fundamental and this Madrid side is unique.”
Carlo Ancelotti is an Italian professional football manager, who currently is the head coach of La Liga side Real Madrid. He is one of the best and most efficient managers in the world, with four UEFA Champions League titles to his name, he is considered the most decorated manager in the history of the premier league. His winnings are too much, we might not be able to recount all.
It seems that Benzema winning the Balon D’or award this year might make Ancelotti feel more Fulfilled as he has already said that no other player is worthy of winning the Balon D’or title except Benzema. It is very safe to say that Ancelotti is a man of doings.