Carlo Ancelotti will leave Real Madrid to take over the Brazil National team in 2024: Reports

The Italian manager looks set to join the five-time World Cup champions next year.

Carlo Ancelotti will leave Real Madrid to take over the Brazil National team in 2024: Reports

Carlo Ancelloti looks set to join international managment next year (Credit: MARCA)

According to reports, Carlo Ancelotti will leave Real Madrid in 2024. He will leave the Spanish giants to become the next coach of the Brazil National team.


There has been a lot of speculation about Carlo Ancelotti’s future in recent months, but he has consistently reassured everyone that he will stay as the manager of Real Madrid for the upcoming season.

Earlier this year, there was speculation that the Italian manager will take up the job at the start of the season. However, reports have claimed that the serial winner will remain as the Real Madrid manager for now. However, he could leave later into the season.

The president of the Brazil football federation has openly expressed his desire to appoint Ancelotti to the position. It appears that it might happen. However, Ancelotti would not take over immediately, as there are two possibilities: either in January or at the end of the next season after the end of his contract with Real Madrid.


Related: Florentino Perez approached Zinedine Zidane for a third stint at Real Madrid, this time in an advisory role

Who will succeed Ancelotti as the manager of Real Madrid?

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Real Madrid president Florentino Perez (Credit: MARCA)

There are many candidates for the next Real Madrid manager. They were heavily linked with Thomas Tuchel before he joined Bayern Munich.

The club could look to hire Julian Nagelsmann who has seemingly rejected the PSG job. They could also hire former players as managers. Xabi Alonso has done a good job so far as the manager of Bayer Leverkusen. Raúl who currently coaches Real Madrid Castilla, can be promoted to the managerial hot seat.

The favored outcome might be to hire former manager Zinedine Zidane. However, this seems unlikely as the French manager has not accepted any managerial gigs since leaving Real Madrid. It was reported earlier that Perez wants Zidane in an advisory role.


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