Carlo Ancelotti Cavaliere OMRI, Italian professional football manager and the manager of La liga club has no interest in leading Italy as he enjoys “day-to-day work” at club level.
Carlo Ancelotti is one of only three managers to have won the UEFA Champions League three times, and one of only two to have managed teams in four finals.
He is well known for his geniuses and have coached a lot of big teams in Europe such as,Real Madrid before his second spell, Bayern Munich, Juventus and even Everton.
Carlo Ancelotti has won alot of trophies, with his last champions league trophy been with Real Madrid during the 2013/2014 season beating Atletico Madrid 1:4 after extra time.
He’s one of the most respected managers in the world and can be ranked with the likes of Marcelo Bielsa,Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp, Thomas Tuchel and even Zinedine Zidane.
He has always had a dream of coaching the Azzurri but of recent focused with Real Madrid job.
Italy are currently in good hands with Roberto Mancini, who guided the Azzurri to Euro 2020 glory.
Mancini is contracted to Italy until 2026, having overseen the country setting a new world record of 37 matches unbeaten.
A 26-time Italy international, former Parma, Juventus, Milan and Napoli boss Ancelotti was asked about coaching at international level.
“I don’t know, I don’t know,” Ancelotti told ESPN Colombia as Italy gear up for their decisive Group C contest with Switzerland on Friday.
“I like the day-to-day work of training with teams. I’d have to think about a national team role, but I don’t think so.”
Ancelotti is back in charge of Madrid for a second time after leading Los Blancos to Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, Club World Cup and Copa del Rey glory during his first spell between 2013 and 2015.
Madrid are second in LaLiga this season, a point behind Real Sociedad during the international break, though they have played a game less.
Ancelotti’s Madrid also top Champions League Group D, two points ahead of Inter through four matchdays.