Ancelotti wants next job to be in England

Updated: 03 October 2011 21:08 IST

Former Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti says he has a "strong desire" to return to England for his next job.

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Former Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti says he has a "strong desire" to return to England for his next job.

Ancelotti tells Italian daily La Repubblica that England "is the ideal country for a coach."

Ancelotti says he has noted that Arsene Wenger is having trouble with Arsenal, and that in a few months an Englishman will replace Fabio Capello as coach of England's national team, "which will free a spot with a club."

Ancelotti adds that he would also "include Tottenham and Liverpool" as possible destinations, but says "I'm not in a hurry."

Having also coached AC Milan to two Champions League trophies, Ancelotti is currently working as an analyst for Italy's Sky TV.

Ancelotti was sacked by Chelsea in May.

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