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Pérez ready to make a big decision for Ancelotti?

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Carlo Ancelotti is making a good start to the season with Real Madrid (6 official matches, 6 wins). The Spanish club’s president, Florentino Perez, will now consider extending his lease.

According to the information he conveyed Brand, Florentino Perez would like to offer Carlo Ancelotti a new contract, thanks to his good results, but not only. According to the media, the relationship between the coach and his team is one of the best that has existed in the Spanish club for a long time. In addition, Carlo Ancelotti managed to make the club’s youth progress (Rodrygo, Vinicius) and keep the adults motivated (Karim Benzema, Luka Modric). The former Milan coach (2001-2009), who actually passed through Real Madrid between 2013 and 2015, is linked to the Merengue club until 2024. Brand It does not indicate how many years Carlo Ancelotti can extend his contract, nor whether his salary will rise.

It also remains to be seen if the 63-year-old Italian is also interested in extending his lease at a club like Real Madrid.

Modric talks about Casemiro’s departure

in an interview in as suchCroatia’s Luka Modric has confirmed that Brazilian Casemiro, who left for Manchester United at the end of the transfer window, has been replaced within the workforce by players already in place: “We started this year very well and we have a very strong squad. A very important player like Casemiro has left, but here we have a lot of good players to compensate for and do a good job. (Aurélien) Tchouaméni is coping very well. This is (Eduardo) Camavinga’s second year, Who has done well in his firsts; (Tony) Kroos has been there for a long time; (Federico) Valverde plays very well. (Dani) Ceballos brings a lot… We are very well supplied.”

And the 2018 Ballon d’Or is still very fit, at 37 (6 games in all competitions this season, 2 goals, 1 assist). When asked about his longevity, Luka Modric admitted “I do not know what to say”. The Croatian lives for football “all the time”Work highlights: “Talent without hard work doesn’t mean much.”

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