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Carlo Ancelotti reveals when he will stop coaching Real Madrid

As he prepares for another UEFA Champions League final, Carlo Ancelotti, the 64-year-old manager of Real Madrid, has revealed when he will stop coaching the Spanish club.

The veteran manager has expressed his desire to retire at the La Liga club.

Ancelotti, who recently guided Real Madrid to a league title finish ahead of rivals Barcelona, has a chance to further cement his legacy with the club by winning their 15th Champions League title in the upcoming final against Borussia Dortmund.

Ancelotti’s tenure at Real Madrid has been marked by significant successes, including Champions League victories in 2022 and 2014. His commitment to the club was evident in his recent interview with La Repubblica, where he stated:

“I will retire as Real Madrid manager. My career will finish at Real Madrid. As long as Real Madrid want me to stay, I will be here available for the club.”

Ancelotti’s dedication and achievements have solidified his position as one of the most successful and respected managers in the history of football. His potential retirement at Real Madrid highlights his deep connection with the club and his desire to continue contributing to its storied legacy as long as he is welcomed.

In recent past, the veteran manager was linked with the Brazil national team job but that was nothing more than speculation as he retained his role as Madrid boss.

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