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Ancelotti Finally Reacts To Brazil Job Rumors

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has insisted he is not interested in leaving the Santiago Bernabeu amid speculation of interest from the Brazil FA.Following Tite’s exit from the Selecao after their World Cup elimination, Ancelotti was named as a possible candidate for the role and one report even went as far as to suggest he had expressed an interest in the job during talks back in October.The Brazil FA spoke out to confirm they had not spoken with anybody about replacing Tite and now Ancelotti has stressed his desire to continue with Real.

“What the future holds for me, I don’t know, I live for the day, for now I’m very happy at Madrid, we have many goals to achieve this season, there will be time to think about my future,” he told Rai Sport.”I’m under contract until June 30, 2024 and if they don’t sack me, I won’t leave.”Back in August, Ancelotti even stated that he will retire once his spell with Real comes to an end, claiming there is no experience in football that is better than working with Los Blancos.Ancelotti’s Real entered the World Cup break second in La Liga, having fallen two points behind rivals Barcelona off the back of a surprise 1-1 draw with Girona and a 3-2 defeat to Rayo Vallecano in the weeks before the tournament took centre stage.Real even beat Barcelona 3-1 in October but that tricky run of form saw them lose their advantage and now Ancelotti must get Los Blancos back on track as they bid to stop Xavi winning a maiden La Liga title.

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