Carlo Ancelotti spoke to Sky Sport about his future as a manager and Vincenzo Montella’s Milan.
Bayern Munich decided to sack Carlo Ancelotti after many players reportedly weren’t on the same page as the Italian manager. Today, Ancelotti spoke to Sky Sports about his future and all the rumours that have been reported since he left Germany.
“Bayern Munich belong to the past. Sometimes it can happen to be sacked, there is nothing to be sorry for,” Ancelotti stated.
“I respect Montella, Di Francesco and Ventura, I hope they will win all the games until the end of the season. I still want to coach club teams, not national teams.”
Montella recently joked about that he’d gladly have Ancelotti as his assistant coach, which the former Milan man responded to.
“He could be my assistant and vice-versa. We could coach one game each, we only have to find a team that will allow us to do it.”