The England national football team is searching for a manager that can succeed Sam Allardyce who was recently removed from the coaching role of the England national side and the head coach of Bayern Munich, Carlo Ancelotti has recently stated that he would be interested in taking up the position if the opportunity would arise.

Gareth Southgate is the man that was selected as an interim manager and it remains uncertain as to how long he will remain in that position and the English Football Association are looking for a more permanent option with a manager that has proved his worth and Ancelotti can fulfill those requirements.

“They ask me in Italy to came back for the national team. Usually I stay in one club for two years, like at Chelsea; in Paris, one year and a half; two years in Madrid. I would like to stay here a little bit more, a bit longer then after that I have to choose England or Italy but Gareth Southgate… After that? Why not? but later. You ask me now. And before there is the Italian national team.”” Bayern Munich’s Carlo Ancelotti said as he revealed information concerning the possibility of coaching a national team and the Italian manager stated that Italy and England are realistic options.

In the world of football, winning the Champions League as a manager or as a player is a monumental task as not everyone is able to accomplish this mission and Carlo Ancelotti has been able to do this on 3 different occasions with Ac.Milan and Real Madrid.

Carlo Ancelotti has lifted many other pieces of silverware throughout his managerial career and he is one of the most accomplished coaches in football. After having accomplished so much at club level, Ancelotti appears to be interested in extending his career to the international stage with national teams and the English national side is becoming a possible option.

Right now Ancelotti just wants to do the best that he can do with his current task at hand which is to win the Bundesliga title with Bayern Munich and also make a genuine charge for the Champions League silverware.