Ancelotti drags former club to London court

Ancelotti drags former club to London court

A lawsuit against former team Everton has been filed at London’s high court by Carlo Ancelotti, the current Real Madrid coach.

Ancelotti, 64, was appointed manager of Everton in December 2019 in a relatively successful 18-month tenure at Goodison Park.

The Italian was subsequently given the incredible opportunity to return to Real Madrid for a second time in June 2021.

The latest blow for the Merseyside club, Everton, which these days is never far from a financial crisis, will now have to deal with Ancelotti’s charges.

Ancelotti’s lawyers filed the coach’s claim against his former employers late on Friday, according to court records. It relates to “general commercial contracts and arrangements” and is listed to be heard in the commercial court.

The club narrowly avoided relegation last season and are set for a difficult summer with key figures expected to leave and little sign of a summer overhaul in place.

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