La Decima’s boss Carlo Ancelotti quits Everton, returns to Real Madrid replacing Zinedine Zidane

Italian boss rejoins Los Blancos officially after the three times back-to-back Champions League winner Zinedine Zidane resigns.

The sensational return of the boss is all of sudden who got in for the job while Raul and Mauricio Pochettino were the main contenders after Massimiliano Allegri who was earlier linked with Madrid officially joins Serial A club Juventus.

After Zidane, the  “La Decima” coach gets his second chance at Real Madrid for the next 3 seasons

 

Carlo Ancelotti will be earning less than half at Real Madrid than he did at Everton which is €6m per season reportedly according to MARCA.

Ancelotti won Real Madrid’s 10th Champions League title popularly known as “La Decima” and his first as a coach at the club in the year 2014. He managed the club for two seasons from 2013 to 2015. The boss couldn’t win the LaLiga title previously with The Whites and was sacked 6 years ago. Since then he managed Bayern Munich, Napoli, and Everton to which he resigned today for joining The Los Vikingos officially.

“Everton can confirm that Carlo Ancelotti has left his position as manager to take up the role of Head Coach at Real Madrid” , posted officially by Everton Page on Twitter.

Carlo Ancelotti gives a farewell message on Twitter to Everton and its supporters and says the move to the Spanish giant is the right move for him and his family.

“I would like to thank Everton FC, my players, and the supporters for giving me the opportunity to manage this fantastic and historical club. I decided to leave as I have a new challenge with a team that was always in my heart, Real Madrid.”

“I leave-taking with me all the amazing moments we have experienced together and wish the Club and fans all the best”

Carlo Ancelotti will be presented tomorrow by the club at a press conference. 

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