Carlo Ancelotti has opened the door to as a potential Chelsea return

Submitted on Mon, 12/07/2015 - 07:57

Carlo Ancelotti has opened the door to as a potential Chelsea return after admitting that he has no grudges against his former club.

The Italian lost his job immediately after the game against Everton. The manner of his dismissal was seen as ‘lacking class’ towards the manager who had led the club to a league title only 12 months ago. Ancelotti’s team managed to win the 2009-10 league campaign in incredible fashion by breaking several records. That team still holds the record for the most number of goals scored in a single league season.

The Italian is currently out of work after having recently left Real Madrid. He remains as one of the most sought-after managers in world football. His vacancy comes at a time when Chelsea are contemplating the thought of sacking manager Jose Mourinho after the worst run in the club’s recent history. After 12 games in the 2015-16 season, the club are 16th on the table with only 11 points on the board. There appears to be no sign of imminent improvement from the blues, as Mourinho struggles to come up with new ideas. Sacking the Portuguese will cost Chelsea a lot of money and this appears to be the only thing saving him.

"I would have no problem with Chelsea. But Jose won't be sacked. They already choose to keep him, and I think they made a good choice.Sometimes you can't explain why things happen... what is going wrong. It is a mystery. How did we lose (with AC Milan) in Istanbul when we were three goals up against Liverpool at half-time? You expect the opponent manager to put on a striker, but he puts on a midfielder. I look from a distance at Chelsea and I think they won the title easily last year and I don't think they are so motivated this year,” said Ancelotti.

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