Carlo Ancelotti ruled out of Man United job by ex-Real Madrid chief

Ex-Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon believes that Carlo Ancelotti will stay at the Spanish club this summer

Carlo Ancelotti will not be taking over at Manchester United this summer, according to former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon.

The 54-year-old Italian, who took over from Jose Mourinho at Madrid last summer, has been touted as one of the potential successors to David Moyes, who was sacked on Tuesday.

He’s got a contract. We don’t know what’s happening with Manchester United

Ramon Calderon

However, Calderon feels sure that the Ancelotti is likely to stay at Real Madrid beyond the summer.

“I believe Carlo Ancelotti will be with Real Madrid next season,” Calderon told talkSPORT.

“He’s got a contract. We don’t know what’s happening with Manchester United.”

Calderon added: “It’s always a pity when you have to sack a coach. I had that problem with Fabio Capello.

“Sometimes you have to take those decisions though. Manchester United’s results have not been normal so it’s a decision they had to take.”

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