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Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton release clause revealed – Manager’s efforts to return to Real Madrid clear

Carlo Ancelotti “gave everything” To return to Real Madrid from Everton this summer, with the Italian personally pushing for the move.

That’s according to AS, who said Everton made €5m from the move, courtesy of a clause in the Italian contract.

They explained that Ancelotti initially contacted Real Madrid this summer to discuss players he might sign with Everton.

During that conversation with Jose Angel Sanchez, the club’s general manager, he asked if they had found a replacement for Zinedine Zidane.

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The initial response was no, at which point Ancelotti confidently replied, “Well, you already have.”And so the wheels were moved for his return.

Soon he called Florentino Perez, who “She accepted the proposal enthusiastically.”Everything was sorted between the two parties in ten minutes.

Even dealing with Everton has been easy for the Spanish giants, who have benefited from a clause in Ancelotti’s contract that means he can leave for €5m to bring him back to the club.

Even Ancelotti is forked “Huge amount of money” To achieve this step, which we assume were the costs associated with moving from Liverpool to Madrid.

Either way, it looks like he started the whole process, and it’s something Everton fans can add to the list of things they don’t like now about the manager they thought was in him for the long haul.

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