AC Milan boss Carlo Ancelotti is convinced he will not be leaving the San Siro in the summer - so much so that he is telling people to bet on him going nowhere. The 49-year-old has long been linked with a move at the end of the season, with the Rossoneri having failed to either qualify for the Champions League last season, usurp city rivals Inter at the top of the league standings in 2008/09 or reach the latter stages of this year's UEFA Cup. Reports continue to suggest that Stamford Bridge is Ancelotti's summer destination, with the Italian having revealed he held talks with the Blues' owner Roman Abramovich in the past about a potential move to Chelsea. However, he has now quashed rumours that he is set to take over from Guus Hiddink at the end of the season. “I will stay at AC Milan, I advise you to bet on it," he said. “Last season I spoke with Abramovich and then they [Chelsea] did not do anything. From that day Abramovich has broken links.” CHELSEA FANS! Check FourFourTwo.com’s ever-expanding interviews archive for more stuff to read: Web Exclusives Kerry Dixon, Guus Hiddink One on One Gianfranco Zola, Nicolas Anelka Boy's A Bit Special Michael Mancienne, Scott Sinclair Perfect XI Ruud Gullit, Marcel Desailly Celebrity fans Vidal Sassoon And Another Thing Being a Big Four fan Plus! Ruud Gullit on Weekend Wonders and Chelsea on Talentspotter
22 April 2009
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