Real Madrid is considering the possibility of renewing the Carlo Ancelotti’s contract for a few more seasons

Carlo Ancelotti‘s contract with Real Madrid expires in 2024, and the Italian coach is already being courted by various teams. In light of this situation, Real Madrid is considering the possibility of renewing the coach’s contract for a few more seasons.

Ancelotti has already established a strong relationship with Real Madrid, Florentino Pérez, and all of the Merengue fans. He has created a solid framework for the team and has achieved various successes with the club. Therefore, the Real Madrid board believes that they still need Ancelotti’s services to continue succeeding in all competitions.

Between the two opportunities Ancelotti has had as coach of Real Madrid, he has already played 253 games with the club. When he returned to the team in 2021, Ancelotti signed a contract with the club until June 2024, which is why alarms are beginning to sound in Madrid, where they want the coach to stay for at least a few more seasons.

Moreover, it is important to note that the Brazilian national team is very interested in having Carlo Ancelotti as their new coach. They have repeatedly expressed their interest in the Italian coach’s services. However, Ancelotti has commented on several occasions that he has not made any decisions regarding this matter.

Therefore, as reported by the magazine Relevo, Real Madrid will begin to make moves to keep the coach at the Bernabéu for at least two more years. They may even offer him the option to sign for just one year with the possibility of a second year if they maintain good results.

Of course, Real Madrid cannot wait for a response from Carlo Ancelotti as it leaves the door open to uncertainty. That is why the club is already preparing with other options, and they consider Xabi Alonso as another good option to replace the Italian coach.

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