Carlo Ancelotti, the Everton manager, believes his former club Milan will ‘win’ the Scudetto this season.
In Serie A, Milan is three points behind league leaders Inter, and the Nerazzurri could extend their lead to six points if they defeat Parma tonight.
Ancelotti, who is currently in charge of The Toffees and was a former player and coach, has stated that he wants the Diavolo to win the league in 2020-21.
He told Sky Sport Italia, “I hope Milan will win, even if it will be difficult.” “Inter is moving at a breakneck pace.
“I’m afraid my friend [Inter coach Antonio] Conte will not grant my wish.”
Ancelotti has coached in Serie A for Parma, Juventus, Milan, and Napoli, and said he still keeps track of his former players.
Ancelotti has coached in Serie A for Parma, Juventus, Milan, and Napoli, and has stated that he continues to follow his former players who have begun coaching careers.
One of them is Gennaro Gattuso, a former midfielder who took over for Ancelotti at Napoli last season.
“I keep track of all the players I have,” he said. “Of course, they don’t have my background, but that’s a plus for them because it means they’re younger.
“In this culture, criticism is unavoidable, but they understand it better than I do, and two coaches like [Andrea] Pirlo and Gattuso, for example, have everything they need to solve their problems.
“Now and then, I call them on the phone,” she says. I spoke with [Benevento coach] Pippo Inzaghi a few days ago.
“He is one of the people I talk to the most. I have strong feelings for him, as well as all the players I’ve coached, especially those from my time with Milan.”