The telenovela of the benches this year has affected all of Europe, including national teams, and is enriched by another episode that sees Ancelotti very close to Real Madrid. For the great Italian coach it is a welcome return to the bench of the most glorious club in the history of world football. He has already coached the Merengues for two seasons (2013-2014 and 2014-2015) and left an excellent memory, winning, in his first year, the Champions League number ten in the history of the Blancos.
After Zidane’s farewell , there was talk of Conte or Pochettino but in the end Ancelotti won, who said no to Inter but was unable to decline the offer of the Florentino Perez club . Charlemagne, as he is nicknamed in Spain, actually seems more suited for game ideas and also for charisma to the prestige of the Blancos than the other names.
In these days, therefore, the Italian coach is about to negotiate the termination of the contract with Everton , his current club, and the agreement with Florentino Perez , which should be formalized in these days, unless a sensational and unlikely turnaround.

Technical characteristics of Mister Ancelotti
The news of Carlo Ancelotti very close to Real Madridhe makes Galacticos fans very happy because they are one of the best coaches in the history of world football. His greatest ability is to adapt to the squad he has at his disposal and to be loved by almost all the players he has coached (except perhaps only Muller). Many great players, Cristiano Ronaldo above all, have always had wonderful words about his tactical and above all human qualities.
Mr Ancelotti , in the course of his splendid career as a coach, has changed several modules, based on the squad to coach. At the beginning, when he coached Parma, he was focused on a stiff 4-4-2, similar to that of Sacchi, his teacher. Then, however, already from his second experience in Juventus, he changed his scheme due to the presence of the attacking midfielder Zidane; that he certainly could not remain on the bench for reasons of form.
In Milan he set Pirlo back to midfield and often made the team play 4-3-1-2 in his early years; making many classy players coexist behind Shevchenko and Inzaghi . In the following years, the coach mostly proposed the so-called 4-3-2-1 “Christmas tree”, so disliked by President Berlusconi that he always made it known that he wanted two strikers. Ancelotti went his own way and, using the aforementioned form, won Milan’s last Champions League, demonstrating, if needed, to understand football more than its president.
In the other teams where he has coached, he has often revived the Christmas tree but at Chelsea he played with a 4-3-3. He is not, therefore, a coach fixed on a module but prefers, in principle, to field many technical players behind one or, less rarely, two strikers. Being a disciple of Sacchi , he is looking for a good game and ball possession even if he is less fundamentalist than his mentor and does not exacerbate the search for suffocating pressing and systematic offside to the extreme.

Ancelotti very close Real Madrid – Palmares
Ancelotti shares the Champions League recordwon with Zidane and Bob Paisley and won everything there was to win; both as a player and, above all, as a coach.
We list below all his numerous trophies won:

  • 1 Italian Cup with Milan;
  • 1 Scudetto with Milan;
  • 2 Champions League with Milan;
  • 1 Champions League with Real Madrid;
  • 1 Italian Super Cup with Milan;
  • 1 Community Shield with Chelsea;
  • 1 Premier League with Chelsea;
  • 1 Ligue 1 with PSG;
  • 1 Spanish Cup with Real Madrid;
  • 2 German Super Cups with Bayern Munich;
  • 1 Bundesliga with Bayern Monaco;
  • 2 European Super Cups with Milan;
  • 1 European Super Cup with Real Madrid;
  • 1 Club World Cup with Milan;
  • 1 Club World Cup with Real Madrid.
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