Real Madrid has appointed Everton manager, Carlo Ancelotti, as Zinedine Zidane’s replacement at the club.
Real Madrid made the announcement in a statement via their website on Tuesday evening.
Ancelotti had coached Real Madrid in the past.
The statement read in part, “Carlo Ancelotti is Real Madrid’s new manager. The 61-year-old Italian coach comes from Everton and returns to our club after making history in his first stage.
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“He managed Real Madrid for two seasons, between 2013 and 2015, and became the coach of La Décima. With him at the helm, the team reigned again in Europe 12 years later after the unforgettable Lisbon final against Atlético.
“Ancelotti won four titles at Real Madrid. In addition to the Champions League, in his first campaign he lifted the nineteenth Copa del Rey, beating Barcelona in the final.”
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