Real Madrid under president Florentino Perez appoints Carlo Ancelotti replacing Zidane

 

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Carlo Ancelotti

Real Madrid confirms the appointment of Carlo Ancelotti as their new manager replacing the outgoing boss Zinadine Zidane.

The Italian prepares to leave Everton to return to the Bernabeu.


Ancelotti guided Real from 2013 to 2015, managing them to the 10th European Cup triumph against Atletico Madrid in Lisbon in 2014.


Now the 61-year-old gets a second season after Zinedine Zidane's second tenure came to an end last week.

Ancelotti left Real on good terms with president Florentino Perez and the club's hierarchy and the door was always open for a return.



On the other side, Everton finished 12th in 2019-20 after he succeeded Marco Silva before coming 10th in the 2020/2021 battle that just ended recently.


It was eventually a disappointment with Everton in strong contention for European qualification for much of the season.  


He was contracted to Everton until 2024 but Ancelotti decided to end his term at Goodison Park.

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