Carlo Ancelotti, who was sacked as Bayern Munich head coach has suggested that he could onsider a move back to the English top flight, at the same time brushing off reports linking him to a move to the Stamford Bridge.

“I want to be given an opportunity to create a project and work serenely, even if ours is a job which doesn’t allow you serenity, but that’s normal.

“The Premier League’s interesting in certain aspects…there’s a great atmosphere in the stadium, but they’re also advanced in that respect in Germany. I don’t know what could be the best solution…I can easily see myself at any club. I like football and I like coaching so, for as long as I have this passion, any job will do.”

While the Italian tactician relinquished a move to the Major Soccer League in the United States, he also maintained that he will not be taking over Chelsea, a club he once managed.

“The [U.S.] national team is one thing, but the league is another. They don’t have relegation, which means the players’ motivation levels are not so high and if there’s no motivation, there’s no real interest.”

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“There’s something new every day. First there was talk of Chelsea and my friend Antonio, who I speak to a lot and he gets mad [about the rumors], then there was China, Everton. I’m waiting for June 30 and then we’ll see what opportunities there are.”

Speaking at an interview with RAI Radio the former Real Madrid and Chelsea coach contemplated on his sacking at Bavaria saying “Maybe the club no longer believed in my work and they decided to change, but I’ve been doing this job for 20 years and I know how the game works, and that big clubs are dependent on results and when they start not to arrive…

“To be honest, though, in my case the results were fine, despite a few difficulties. Maybe they lacked faith in me and the condition of the team, but lots of things have been said this month.”