In a perplexing turn of events, Real Madrid’s very own manager, Carlo Ancelotti, made a non-committal statement that left fans and analysts alike questioning his future in a ‘Prime Video’ interview leading up to the Champions League semi-final second leg against Manchester City. Amidst this uncertainty, Ancelotti shockingly stated, “I don’t know if Real Madrid will be my last club. I don’t know. I once said yes but the future is uncertain.” This comment has sent ripples of doubt throughout the football community and has many wondering about Ancelotti’s true motivations. Despite these feelings of ambiguity, Ancelotti still had some positive words about his current team, calling Real Madrid “the best team in the world” and a “big family.” However, he made it clear by stating, “I will stay here until they decide to sack me. I will always be a Madrid fan” that his future with the club is not set in stone. To add to the mystery, there have been rumors circulating about Ancelotti’s potential role as coach of the Brazilian national team, but he has firmly stated that “I am staying at Madrid.” Interestingly, sources have reported that even if Real Madrid were to experience a possible exit after the second leg against Manchester City, “A possible exit for Real Madrid will not affect whether the Italian coach leaves or stays.” This leaves fans with even more questions than answers about Ancelotti’s future. Only time will tell what will come of the Real Madrid manager and his potential departure. Stay tuned for further updates.