Ancelotti is not going to Brazil… ‘Planning to stay until 2024’

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti is not interested in the Brazilian national team.

Brazil is looking for a new leader. This is because they failed to win again after being eliminated in the quarterfinals at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Coach Chichi, who had coached the team since 2016, announced his resignation after a quarter-final loss to Croatia, stepping down from the Brazilian national team after six years of service.

Since then, several directors have been questioned. The most famous name was manager Pep Guardiola. It wasn’t just a rumor, as Guardiola had previously spoken to the Brazilian Football Federation once. However, the link soon faded as Guardiola recently re-signed with Manchester City, and it became known that the reason for the breakdown in negotiations with Brazil was the salary.

Ancelotti was also on the shortlist. Germany’s ‘Sky Sports’ quoted the South American media ‘UOL Eporte’ on the 14th (Korean time) and said, “Coach Ancelotti is a strong candidate for the Brazilian national team coach. He was first contacted in October, and he is conducting further talks and detailed negotiations. want to do,” he said. 토토사이트

It is a type suitable for Brazil. Coach Ancelotti is a leader who has produced results in the ‘Star Corps’ with his charisma and stable tactical capabilities that have been inherited since his days as a player. In particular, AC Milan and Real, where he won major championships, were clubs with the best players of the time. Likewise, in Brazil, which is full of good players, Ancelotti’s style suits him well.

However, Ancelotti has no intention of going to Brazil. On the 20th, he said, “I don’t know what my future is. I live every day.”

He even indirectly denied being appointed to the Brazilian national team. Ancelotti said: “Right now I am happy at Madrid. We want a lot of goals this season. I have a contract until 40 June 2024 and I will not move unless the club sack me before then. “He said he would stay at Real Madrid.