Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti talks about retirement after record-extending La Liga win

The boss of Real Madrid would like to manage the National team of Canada someday as he expressed his desires.

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti talks about his retirement plans after clinching the record-extending 35th La Liga title for the Whites on Saturday. Ancelotti also told that if the club wants him to stay, he would give more than 10 years to the Spanish football giants.

“After this Real Madrid chapter, I will probably retire. But if Real wants me to stay here for 10 years, I’ll stay another 10 years,” said the boss Carlo Ancelotti to journalist Alessandro Alciato on Prime Video Italia. Ancelotti also expressed his thoughts on if he would be the manager of the National team in future and most preferably for Canada. He said, “National team in the future can be an option. Canada? Why not? I’d like it.”

Last week, on Saturday, April 30, Los Blancos beat Espanyol 4-0 where Rodrygo scored a brace while Marco Asensio and La Liga and Champions League top scorer Karim Benzema netted to power their side to a record-extending 35th league title. With the title, Ancelotti became the only one to have won five majors. Ancelotti is on his second spell at the 13-time European champions Real Madrid. The 62-year old from Italy first joined the Whites in 2013-2015 after which, he managed Bayern Munich, Napoli, and Everton before again joining the Spanish side in 2021.

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