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Rafael Benitez would be thrilled to manage Real Madrid, says agent

The ESPN FC crew respond to the reports suggesting Carlo Ancelotti will be replaced by Rafael Benitez at Real Madrid next season.

Rafael Benitez's agent has said the Napoli coach would be "delighted" to take the Real Madrid job, amid reports that current Blancos boss Carlo Ancelotti has received a personal invitation from Silvio Berlusconi to return to AC Milan.

Ancelotti is widely expected to be sacked by Madrid president Florentino Perez, with the club ending the current campaign without winning any major trophy.

Other names touted by local media to replace the Italian include departing Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp,...

 By Ben Gladwell

Silvio Berlusconi still targeting investment in AC Milan

With a crucial summer looming for Milan, owner Silvio Berlusconi has yet to decide on a final buyer of the club.
Silvio Berlusconi's AC Milan are 11th in the Serie A table.

AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi says he is still seeking an investment of funds for the Serie A club, although no matter what happens he will be remaining at the San Siro.

The former prime minister of Italy was in advanced talks with Thai investor Bee Taechaubol, who left Milan a fortnight ago having failed to conclude a deal.

Chinese investors have approached Berlusconi, but he insists no matter how big a stake he eventually does sell, he will be remaining as club president.

"I think the situation's...

 By Ben Gladwell

Carlo Ancelotti to leave Real Madrid, Rafa Benitez in frame - reports

The ESPN FC crew respond to the reports suggesting Carlo Ancelotti will be replaced by Rafael Benitez at Real Madrid next season.

Carlo Ancelotti is reported to have agreed to leave Real Madrid and has emerged as favourite to take charge of AC Milan next season.

Napoli boss Rafa Benitez, meanwhile, is being strongly linked with the potential vacancy at the Bernabeu.

Ancelotti will take charge of Madrid's game at home to Getafe on Saturday but it is widely expected to be his final game following a season in which the club failed to win La Liga, the Champions League or the Copa del Rey.

Sky Sport Italia reported on Wednesday...

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AC Milan could tempt Carlo Ancelotti to return with the right investment

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the continued rumours that AC Milan face a possible takeover.
AC Milan manager Pippo Inzaghi, right, could find his position filled by former coach and mentor Carlo Ancelotti, left.

The likelihood of Filippo Inzaghi being sacked by AC Milan at the end of the season is increasing by the weekend, and so the search is on for a replacement. Given the precarious position Milan find themselves in, it will be difficult to find a top name, but if a takeover goes through then there is one man who might just be available.

Having failed to win any trophies this season, Carlo Ancelotti's future at Real Madrid is in doubt. The Italian tactician has generally been a success in Spain, but...

 By Ben Gladwell

AC Milan set for 'great transfer window' - Adriano Galliani

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the continued rumours that AC Milan face a possible takeover.

AC Milan will have a "great transfer window" in a bid to return to the top, according to their general manager Adriano Galliani.

The Rossoneri have endured one of their worst seasons in the past three decades, but Galliani says that will change next season with club president Silvio Berlusconi ready to invest in strengthening the club again.

"The president's very enthusiastic and we've got good intentions for the coming transfer window because, after suffering so much, we want to return to our levels,"...