Carlo Ancelotti eyes England return

BY foxsports • November 9, 2011

Carlo Ancelotti admits he is still hoping to land another job in England, but insists he will not be shutting any doors.

The Italian has been out of work since leaving Chelsea at the end of last season.

He spent two years at Stamford Bridge, claiming a Premier League and FA Cup double during his first season with the Blues.

Chelsea ended his second campaign empty-handed, though, and owner Roman Abramovich is not a man to accept failure.

Ancelotti was, rather unfortunately, shown the door and has found himself on the sidelines for the start of the 2011/12 campaign.

He is, however, available and waiting for the right offer to come along, with the knowledge he has picked up during spells at Juventus, AC Milan and Chelsea ready to be put to good use.

Ancelotti admits he would prefer to remain in England, but concedes that he is open to offers from abroad should no Premier League position materialise.

"I would like to," he told Sky Sports News HD when asked if he is still hoping to secure another post in England.

"We will have to wait and see. I am using this time to improve my knowledge. I will wait.

"I would like to stay here, but if it is not possible I will find another solution outside of this country."

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