Chelsea move denied by AC Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti

10 April 2009 03:30
Insisting he will see out his contract, which keeps him with the Serie A club until the end of next season, Ancelotti's display of loyalty comes just a day after the Sun reported that a £5.8 million-a-season three-year deal was under discussion. [LNB]Earlier this week Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani repeated that Ancelotti has a deal until June 2010 but that has not dampened the speculation. [LNB] Related ArticlesHiddink not after PavlyuchenkoVilla committed to ValenciaHiddink: Roman wasted at SpursChelsea eye £45m Villa bidSomething for the WeekendPapers: 'Roman's £40m Villa'The Italian press claimed that Cagliari coach Massimiliano Allegri will take over from Ancelotti at the San Siro but the current incumbent says he's not moving. [LNB]"I have no problem in doing this appointment every week," he said in a press conference before their trip to Chievo. [LNB]"Galliani has already spoken and I have nothing to add to that. [LNB]"Allegri? He has the ability to coach any team, he could even coach Chelsea but if we wants the job here he's going to have to wait." [LNB]Looking to take care of the job in hand, Ancelotti said: "We're thinking about finishing in the top three and then we'll work on being competitive in the Champions League. [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: Telegraph