The Italian might end his coaching career after his stay at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Carlo Ancelotti has revealed that his stay at Real Madrid might be the last in his coaching career.
The Italian coach made history following the clinching of Real Madrid’s La Liga title, as he becomes the first coach to win all of Europe’s top five leagues.
He is also first coach to take part in the Champions League semi-finals in four separate decades. According to football Italia.
Speaking to newsmen ahead of the Champions League semi-final, second leg against Manchester City, Ancelotti first discussed his plans for the future.
“After Real Madrid yes, I will probably retire. But if Real keep me here for ten years, I will coach for ten years. I would like to be with my grandchildren, go on holiday with my wife, there are so many things to do that I have left out and that I would like to do. To go to many places I’ve never been.
“I’ve never been to Australia. I’ve never been to Rio de Janeiro. Visit my sister more often. Unfortunately, you can’t do everything, so the day I stop, I’ll have all these things to do.”
He further revealed the possibility of him managing a national team
“Yes, there could be a national team, but it’s too early now. Certainly not for this World Cup. The 2026 one, why not? It could be. If it’s Canada, why not? I’d like that, of course. Canada has done very well.”
His side faces Manchester City at the Santiago Bernabeu tomorrow to fight for a place in the final.