Ancelotti dismisses rumours

10 April 2009 04:21
Carlo Ancelotti has dismissed reports that he is set to quit as manager of AC Milan and join Chelsea at the end of the season.[LNB] Speculation surrounding the Italian's future has grown ever since Luiz Felipe Scolari was sacked as Blues boss in February.[LNB]The former Juventus manager has also seen his name linked with the Real Madrid hot seat despite Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani reiterating that the 49-year-old has a contract with the club until 2010.[LNB]The media in Italy have also speculated that current Cagliari coach Massimiliano Allegri could be lined up as a replacement should Ancelotti leave the club in the summer.[LNB]"Galliani has already spoken and I have nothing to add to that," he said.[LNB]"Allegri? He has the ability to coach any team, he could even coach Chelsea but if he wants the job here he's going to have to wait."[LNB]Milan travel to a rejuvenated Chievo at the weekend with the Flying Donkeys losing just once in 13 games to lift them off the foot of the table.[LNB]"We're thinking about finishing in the top three and then we'll work on being competitive in the Champions League," Ancelotti added.[LNB]"We have to think only about our own objectives but we have to be careful because the league is full of difficulties."[LNB]

Source: SKY_Sports