EPL team offers Ancelotti an option before chasing a break for the next season

The outgoing Real Madrid manager, Carlos Ancelotti has been given a choice to think of before he pursue his decision to take a break from the football pitch for the next season after one of the English teams discussed with him the chance of replacing their current team manager and putting him on the vacant position after a barren result at the end of the season.

Hearing Ancelotti’s dismissal from its current team, Liverpool FC quickly displayed their interest on the Real’s recently sacked head coach as Metro reported that the Reds talked to the Italian manager about taking charge of their squad which regarded as likely to be their first move to seek for more efficient boss and possibly firing their present team chief Brendan Rogers if the start of next season will be fruitless as the currently concluded.

While his former team in Serie A, AC Milan is fanatical to persuade Carlos Ancelotti to come back on their squad, for many local newspapers like Marca and The Sun, the offer presented by the Liverpool would be the most tempting bid to amend the ex-Chelsea coach’s mind in taking a rest on the next season and giving himself to start over his career in the Premier League.

Despite that the club board members cut his 3-year contract earlier, in his Twitter account, the fired Real Madrid’s coach expressed his gratitude to the people who had been part of his stay in the one of the toughest football clubs in the world.

“I’d like to keep in mind this two fantastic years at Real Madrid. Thanks to the club, the supporters and my players.” Ancelotti tweeted on Tuesday, May 26.

Unlike the previous fruitful season in 2013/14 when the Spanish team bagged home the UEFA Champions League title after beating Atletico Madrid, 4-1, in the extra-time of the final match, Real ‘s unsuccessful 2014/15 venture to add more trophies for their club had triggered the team’s higher officials to consider replacing Ancelotti.

 

 

 

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