Carlo Ancelotti has effectively ruled himself out of the vacant Everton job and revealed that he will return to coaching next season.

By 90Min
November 01, 2017

Carlo Ancelotti has effectively ruled himself out of the vacant Everton job and revealed that he will return to coaching next season.

The Italian was dismissed by Bayern Munich last month after an inauspicious start to the season, and has since been linked with a host of clubs.

But Ancelotti has insisted that he will not be taking up the offer of a new job this season regardless of the clubs interested.

"Every day there are new speculations about my future: Croatia, China, Everton, Chelsea - don't make my friend Antonio upset, I always talk to him," he told Radio Anch'io lo Sport.

"I am looking for new opportunities but not right now. My contract [pay-off] with Bayern expires at the end of the season and that's when I'll start listening to new offers.

“I want a serious project that can give me time and serenity, even though I know it’s not easy. I am just waiting and something will come.

"The Premier League is a very interesting league of course. The atmosphere is amazing there, even if Bundesliga stadiums are also great."

He added: “Serie A is very interesting. AC Milan have made many changes and fourth place would be a great target, but it won’t be easy.

“I’d see myself coaching Roma but don’t tell [Eusebio] Di Francesco. The truth is, I’d like any club, I’d like to coach and I will listen to offers at the end of the season.”

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