Paris Saint-Germain manager Carlo Ancelotti isn’t sure about whether he will remain at the French club after this season. The Italian boss insists he will decide about his future once the summer begins.
The news of Carlo Ancelotti’s potential exit arrives after the Italian manager announced he would stay at Parc des Princes next season. The former Chelsea boss has time and again reiterated his stance on staying loyal to Paris Saint-Germain for the next couple of seasons.
After Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Valenciennes, Carlo Ancelotti told reporters that his decision to remain at the club will be made after “a meeting with the club after the end of the season”.
Last week FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti told Sky Sport Italia that Carlo Ancelotti was moving closer to a Real Madrid switch. Following his statements, Carlo Ancelotti confirmed through RMC Radio that he had no intentions of leaving Paris Saint-Germain.
Well, all of that is now a chapter in history. Now, Carlo Ancelotti is refusing to commit his future to Paris Saint-Germain and has failed to reveal his next destination. Carlo Ancelotti claims he will start thinking about his next job once Paris Saint-Germain have won the Ligue 1 title.
“I have not spoken with the players. There will be a meeting with the club at the end of the season. [My decision] will also be made at the end of the season,” Carlo Ancelotti said.
Paris Saint-Germain are expected to be crowned as Ligue 1 champions next week, a task that has took them 19 years to accomplish again. Paris Saint-Germain were at the cusp of losing to Valenciennes, but Alex grabbed a late goal to help the French outfit salvage a point.
Paris Saint-Germain captain Thiago Silva was shown the red card just before the interval for arguing with the match referee on the bookings of Jeremy Menez and Clement Chantome. The match referee Alexandre Castro gave Thiago Silva the marching orders after he seemed to have made contact with him.
Carlo Ancelotti claims the aftermath of the game was influenced by the referee’s decision to send of Thiago Silva.
“Statistically, the team that has the most possession is the team that accrues the least amount of cards. And here we are - the team that has the most possession and were shown the most cards,” Carlo Ancelotti said.
“We reversed the statistics, but we remain strong. The referees are very strict, especially against us. I cannot be angry with Thiago Silva.”
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