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Real Madrid or Premier League, the great Carlo Ancelotti debate

By Liam Styles

Real Madrid or Premier League, the great Carlo Ancelotti debate

Although everything indicates that Carlo Ancelotti will renew with Real Madrid for the next two seasons, he continues to be the object of interest on other fronts.

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Recent information indicates his possible connection with the Premier League, where he has already managed Chelsea and Everton. Despite months of uncertainty about his permanence in the white team, the Italian coach sees an extension of his contract until June of next year close.


Real Madrid now considers his continuity favorable, and an agreement is expected before Christmas to dispel rumors and competition, such as the interest of the Brazilian Confederation. Although the renewal is not official, the Cope network reveals the formal interest of a Premier League team in Ancelotti, without specifying. Although Manchester United could be an option due to doubts on the bench.


The intrastory of Ancelotti's second stage at Real Madrid has data that is reinforced in the current campaign. Zidane's last season was problematic. The Frenchman slowed Vinicius' progression with a style of play that did not exploit the Brazilian's speed. On the contrary, Mendy's rise to attack took priority while Vini was left without penetrating towards the attack.


The situation was complicated by the substitution of Valverde after having obtained ownership by decision of Zizou himself. The Madrid sports management could not find an explanation for what was happening. A change was needed towards the power and speed of the young talents signed for this and the winner of three Champions Leagues from the bench blocked that evolution.

Change or nothing


Real Madrid spoke with Ancelotti and was clear with him. He had all the elements to bring to the team, but he had to carry out the necessary revolution to reissue the successes of the past decade. He had to undertake the change of the classic midfield, with Modric, Casemiro and Kroos, to make way for Valverde and Camavinga. Militao and Alaba took over from Sergio Ramos and Varane. And Benzema took responsibility for Cristiano while Rodrygo knocked on the front door.
 


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