The Serie A side’s owner has revealed the coach will come back to the club and replace Filippo Inzaghi if he is axed at the Bernabeu
Carlo Ancelotti will return to AC Milan this summer if he is sacked as Real Madrid boss, according to Silvio Berlusconi.
The Italian coach looks set to be sacked by the Santiago Bernabeu side after their last game of the season against Getafe on Saturday, and Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has said he is contact with him.
Ancelotti has long been linked with a return to the Rossoneri, where he won two European Cups as a player and a further two Champions League titles as coach.
Club president Berlusconi insists he would be delighted to welcome the 55-year-old back to Milan, currently coached by Filippo Inzaghi, should he find himself out of work this summer.
“I am not a fan of comebacks. We have had them in the past and they never worked,” Berlusconi said to Napoli TV.
“But I still have a strong personal friendship with Carletto. He will also have some personal assistants to help him.
“I think it will be a positive comeback. If Real Madrid let him go, then he will return to us.”
Milan take on Torino on Sunday in their penultimate Serie A game of the season.