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No surprise if Ancelotti leave Napoli in the summer of 2020

Fri 04 October 2019 | 16:21

Despite the fact that the previous PSG director has an agreement with the current club till 2021, however on the off chance that his team will not be able to compete for the league title this season, it won't be a shock in the event that he will leave come the summer of 2020.

Napoli have an issue and that issue is definitely not a new one, as it is something director Carlo Ancelotti is really used to.

The draw against Genk in the UEFA Champions League and the usual considerable list of disappointments has left its mark on the team.

Ancelotti's team keeps on demonstrating similar defects that they had last season. In the defensive line, there have been too many mistakes, that excessively in the early period of the season whereas in front of the goal, the forwards have been not dangerous enough.

The season which just began is now resembling a long one, particularly on the domestic front where the club have just endured defeats against Juventus and Cagliari.

Ancelotti was viewed as an extraordinary bet and an incredible investment by club President Aurelio De Laurentiis to begin a new chapter after the flight of Maurizio Sarri.

De Laurentiis truly gave his all for the new project once he employed an incredibly famous director, as he proceeded to sign some of the huge names in Italian football—Fabian Ruiz, Hirving Lozano, and Kostas Manolas.

Be that as it may, things are not going according to what planned for the former AC Milan manager and it appears that it is becoming the second-year syndrome for the 60-year-old.

It occurred with Ancelotti at the vast majority of his past jobs including Real Madrid, Chelsea, and Bayern Munich.

Despite the fact that the previous PSG director has an agreement with the current club till 2021, however on the off chance that his team will not be able to compete for the league title this season, it won't be a shock in the event that he will leave come the summer of 2020.


source: SportMob