Carlo Ancelotti is one of football's most famous managers having taken charge of various big clubs across Europe.
The Italian has been coaching since 1992 when he was an assistant to the Italy national team.
Since then, Ancelotti has managed the likes of Juventus, AC Milan, Chelsea, PSG, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Everton.
The Sporting News answers some of the most pressing questions about the Italian manager.
How old is Carlo Ancelotti?
Ancelotti is currently 63 years old and will turn 64 on June 10, 2023.
The veteran coach has been in the spotlight for over four decades now, having first burst onto the scene as a midfielder with Parma in 1976.
After a successful playing career that also saw him line up for Roma and AC Milan, Ancelotti really rose to prominence as a manager in 2003 when he won the UEFA Champions League with the Rossoneri.
The Italian has worked continuously in recent years with his most recent break from the game coming in 2017 after being sacked by Bayern Munich.
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What is Carlo Ancelotti's current contract situation with Real Madrid?
Ancelotti left Everton to return to Real Madrid on June 1, 2021 and his current deal runs until June 30, 2024.
The 62-year-old was reportedly earning £11 million per season at the Toffees and it's expected he's pulling in a similar amount at the Santiago Bernabeu.
If Real Madrid were to sack Ancelotti, they'd need to pay out his wages for at least one year, but the situation continues to evolve this season.
Los Blancos president Florentino Perez is determined to end the campaign as European champions again, and Ancelotti is under pressure, with Brazil already making an offer to tempt him away from Madrid.
Ancelotti himself is keen to remain in charge for a long time to come and has all but ruled out coaching another club once his current reign at Real Madrid over.
"After Real, yes, I probably stop," Ancelotti told Amazon Prime Video in May. "But if Real keep me here for 10 years, I'll coach here for 10 years."
🎙️| Ancelotti: "Cigar? I don't smoke, I was only taking a picture with my best friends." #rmalive pic.twitter.com/kSitKSYcV7— Madrid Zone (@theMadridZone) May 4, 2022
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What is Carlo Ancelotti's record in the UEFA Champions League?
After Real Madrid's 2022 triumph, Ancelotti is now the most successful manager in UEFA Champions League history having won the competition four times, beginning with AC Milan in 2003.
"I am the record man." 🤨— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) May 28, 2022
Yes, Carlo Ancelotti! 😆
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His 2022 win moved him past Bob Paisley and Zinedine Zidane, who have managed to win three UEFA Champions League titles.
Ancelotti also notably won the competition twice as a player with AC Milan in 1989 and 1990 when it was known at the European Cup.
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How many trophies has Carlo Ancelotti won as a manager?
Across his long career as a manager, Ancelotti has managed to win 24 titles most recently coming in the 2022/23 Copa del Rey.
The Italian's most successful tenure was with AC Milan from 2001 to 2009 where he picked up eight pieces of silverware.
Ancelotti made history this season at Real Madrid with their triumph in La Liga making him the first manager to win all of Europe's top five leagues.
The 62-year-old has won seven trophies with the Spanish giants to date. He had the chance to win an eighth in the 2023 Supercopa de Espana final against Barcelona on January 15, but fell 3-1 to come up short.
First manager to win a league title in each of Europe's top five divisions 🏆— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) August 10, 2022
First manager to win four Champions League finals 🏆
First manager to win four UEFA Super Cup finals 🏆
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Trophies won at Juventus
- UEFA Intertoto Cup 1999
Trophies won at AC Milan
- Coppa Italia 2002-03
- UEFA Champions League 2002-03
- UEFA Super Cup 2003
- Serie A 2003-04
- Supercoppa Italiana 2004
- UEFA Champions League 2006-07
- UEFA Super Cup 2007
- FIFA Club World Cup 2007
Trophies won at Chelsea
- FA Community Shield 2009
- FA Cup 2009-10
- Premier League 2009-10
Trophies won at PSG
- Ligue 1 2012-13
Trophies won at Real Madrid
- Copa del Rey 2013-14, 2022-23
- UEFA Champions League 2013-14
- UEFA Super Cup 2014
- FIFA Club World Cup 2014
- Supercopa de Espana 2021-22
- La Liga 2021-22
- UEFA Champions League 2021-22
- UEFA Super Cup 2022
Trophies won at Bayern Munich
- DFL-Supercup 2016
- DFL-Supercup 2017
- Bundesliga 2016-17