CBF chairman Ednaldo Rodriguez told Reuters in March that Ancelotti would be an obvious choice to fill the vacant first-team coaching job, should he become available at the end of the European season.
And after Real Madrid’s humiliating 4-0 loss to Manchester City in the second leg of the Champions League final last Wednesday, speculation grew that his position was under threat with the failure also to win the title. the Spanish League, which was snatched by great rivals Barcelona 4 rounds before the end.
“Everyone knows very well what my position is: I have a contract until the end of the 2024 season and I want to stay,” Ancelotti said in a press conference with obvious annoyance after being asked again about Brazil’s interest.
When a reporter asked if the club had assured him he would stay, Ancelotti replied in the affirmative: “Yes!”
However, Real Madrid haven’t released any official statement on Ancelotti’s future.
Club president Florentino Perez gave a vague answer when asked about the Italian manager after Real Madrid’s 2-1 Copa del Rey victory.
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