With his CV, if he wanted, he could find another job… yesterday, but while attending a charity match in Jerusalem he ruled that possibility out, looking confident that taking the rest of the season off is the best thing to do.
I will rest for the next 10 months, so no other teams
Carlo Ancelotti said from Israel, days after getting fired by Bayern Munich. Even before their 3-0 defeat at Paris Saint-Germain, which was the Italian’s last game in charge, there were rumours about a rift between him and certain Bayern players, while more details have surfaced after his departure from Munich.
It’s best to stay quiet on that
was Ancelotti’s laconic comment when asked how things were between him and some Bayern stars.
As for where he could work next season, at least four club names have already been heard. Milan and Roma are two possible destinations in his homeland, Italy. Chelsea could be another one, as Antonio Conte’s stay in London is anything but guaranteed.
Other reports suggest that he would make an excellent Arsene Wenger successor at Arsenal, if for whatever reason the Frenchman doesn’t renew his current contract with the Gunners.