Carlo Ancelotti declared he’ll “either stay at Real Madrid or take a year off,” but Milan promise Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The Coach made the comments during a Press conference after last night’s final game of the season, a 7-3 victory over Getafe.
It’s reported President Florentino Perez is eager to pull the plug on Ancelotti’s reign, but that players and most fans are trying to change his mind.
Meanwhile, Milan have no intention of giving up on their dream of recalling Carletto ‘home’ to San Siro, where he won everything as a player and Coach.
“I am not one for comebacks, as we’ve had them in the past and they did not work,” President Silvio Berlusconi told Napoli TV on Saturday afternoon.
“However, I am tied to Carletto by a strong personal friendship. He will also have some personal assistants to help him.
“I think it will be a positive comeback. If Real Madrid let him go, then he will return to us.”
Tuttosport and La Gazzetta dello Sport today insist CEO Adriano Galliani is ready to fly out to Madrid on Monday for a meeting with Ancelotti.
He’ll present the big new plans for the Rossoneri, including the arrival of new investors from China and promising to bring Ibrahimovic back too.
Milan’s trajectory went downhill fast after financial problems forced them to sell Ibra and Thiago Silva to Paris Saint-Germain on the same day in July 2012.
Berlusconi is now trying to turn back the clock and resume where he had left off.