Ancelotti will not leave AC Milan

AC Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti has told Chelsea He will not leave AC Milan to become Chelsea's manager next season.
The Blues fired Luiz Felipe Scholari on Monday and appointed Russia coach Guus Hiddink is as the next Chelsea's manager until the end of season.

"The only club that has made a move to sign me has been Chelsea." Ancelotti told La Stampa newspaper on Thursday. "In the summer I met Abramovich( owner the club Chelsea) but I didn't want to leave AC Milan. The same thing is happening now. I am not thinking about leaving."

Carlo Ancelotti who is under contract until June 2010. He has been at Milan since 2001, leading the Rossoneri to two Champions League crowns and a Serie A title. Milan also reached the 2005 final of the European Cup.
The 49-year-old started his coaching career at Reggiana in 1995, leading it into Serie A in his only season. He then had three years at Parma and a two-year spell at Juventus before returning to Milan, where he’d been a player.

Asked about his decision to include David Beckham in the UEFA Cup, He anwsered, "in the end the club and I decided to include him in the matches against Werder Bremen. It's important for us to progress to the next round and that would mean taking a step closer to succsess in the UEFA Cup.


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