Carlo Ancelotti is Real Madrid's new coach

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Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti, will coach Real Madrid for the next three seasons, until June 2024, replacing Zinedine Zidane, the white club announced on Tuesday.

"Real Madrid CF announces that Carlo Ancelotti will be the new coach of the first team for the next three seasons," announced in a brief statement the white club, to which Ancelotti returns six years after his departure in 2015.

The new 61-year-old merengue coach will sign his contract on Wednesday with the club's president, Florentino Pérez. Then Ancelotti plans to appear before the media at a telematic press conference.

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After Zinedine Zidane announced his departure from Real Madrid on Thursday alleging lack of confidence, the Merengue team has found its replacement in a calm and affable coach similar to the French.

Ancelotti arrives from Everton, six years after his departure from Real Madrid, after two years at the helm of the merengue team between 2013 and 2015.

His figure has ended up imposing itself to lead the meringues again over other names that had sounded these days such as the subsidiary's coach, Raúl González, the Argentine PSG coach, Mauricio Pochettino, or the Italian Antonio Conte.

Faced with the firmness of the latter, a dressing room as full of figures as Real Madrid, will welcome the arrival of a coach known for his tranquility and left hand when treating his players.

The Italian coach returns to a club, where players and fans remember him fondly, especially after being the architect of the much sought after 'Tenth' Real Madrid Champions, which he won in 2014, precisely with Zidane as his assistant.

Now, after a season without titles in the white giant, Ancelotti, who during his time at Real Madrid won, in addition to the Champions League, a King's Cup, a European Super Cup and a Club World Cup, returns to rebuild the merengue team and aim for trophies next season.

AFP

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