Ancelotti became the first ever manager to win all five of Europe’s top leagues when he won the Spanish title last season and capped a remarkable campaign by winning his fourth and Madrid’s 14th Champions League title.
Carlo Ancelotti’s achievements so far:-
The 63-year-old won three Serie A titles in the 1980s with Roma and AC Milan and back-to-back European Cups with Arrigo Sacchi’s Milan in 1989 and 1990. He returned to Milan as coach in 2001 and with eight. years at San Siro won the 2004 league championship and two Champions Leagues.
He also led Chelsea to a league and FA Cup double in 2010, setting a Premier League record of 103 goals. He also won Ligue 1 with Paris Saint-Germain in 2013 and the Bundesliga with Bayern Munich four years later.
“Twenty-four titles in my career? The truth is, these numbers don’t matter to me. I’ll think about it at the end when judging makes more sense. Now I’m focused on training; I like the daily work, Ancelotti said in the interview.
– Until a few years ago, my priority was tactics. Now I focus on relationships, people and getting to know new generations. This stage in Madrid ends my career. After Real Madrid I will retire. Real Madrid is at the top of football. It makes sense to call it a day after this experience,” he added.