Real Madrid managers and trophies: Who is the greatest Real Madrid manager?Football
Mikel Arteta Names the Best Coach in the World, Snubs Guardiola and Mourinho
- Mikel Arteta has named Carlo Ancelotti as the best manager in the world
- The Real Madrid boss has won 25 titles in his illustrious coaching career
- Ancelotti has also won four UEFA Champions League titles with his teams
Arsenal head coach, Mikel Arteta loves the achievements of Carlo Ancelotti and has named the Real Madrid manager as the best coach in the world.
Ancelotti has had a successful career in coaching, winning multiple titles across stints with Juventus, AC Milan, Napoli, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich, and Real Madrid.
Arteta believes Ancelotti’s ability to succeed in different countries throughout his career makes him the greatest of all time, ahead of the likes of Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho, or even Sir Alex Ferguson.
Ancelotti remains the only manager in history who has won league titles in all five of the top European leagues: England, France, Spain, Germany, and Italy.
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Meanwhile, Ancelotti has confirmed Real Madrid will not make any signing in the January transfer window, shutting down speculations of new arrivals this winter at Santiago Bernabeu, GOAL reports.
Los Blancos are having a remarkable season under the Italian manager as they currently lead the title race in La Liga and are through to the knockout stage of the UEFA Champions League.
The search for a marquee centre-forward still looms around the club as supporters believe Joselu has not done enough to fill that role since the exit of Karim Benzema, but Ancelotti believes otherwise.
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Sports Brief also previously reported on Real Madrid extending their impressive start to the season with yet another triumph in the La Liga clash against Granada.
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Ancelotti's team effortlessly navigated what initially seemed to be a cautious encounter, breaking the deadlock with a combination between Toni Kroos and Brahim Diaz.
Los Blancos continued their immense showing this season with another goal in the second half of the clash courtesy of in-form Brazilian attacker, Rodrygo de Goes.