Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has revealed he may retire when his time at the club comes to an end.
The Italian, who joined the Spanish giants from PSG in the summer, has an impressive CV of honours from across Europe.
He has won three domestic league titles in three different countries - AC Milan, Chelsea and PSG, as well as two Champions League titles with Milan, making him one of the most successful managers in European football.
The 54-year-old also won numerous trophies as a player, including three Serie A titles, and has been linked to manage Roma - where he spent eight years as a player, and has also been linked with a spell as the Italian national manager but Ancelotti has hinted Madrid could be his last club.
He told Sky Sport Italia: "A lot of people have asked me about the possibility of coaching Roma or the national team in the future,"
"I don't know, I could even decide to retire after my experience at Real Madrid."
Ancelotti has had a tough start to his Real Madrid career, and already five points behind joint leaders Barcelona and Atletico Madrid in La Liga.
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