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Carlo Ancelotti: 'I could return to Premier League'

Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti hints at a return to the Premier League after revealing that he was "very happy at Chelsea".

Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has revealed that he would consider returning to the Premier League once he has finished his "adventure" with Los Blancos.

Ancelotti spent two years in charge of Chelsea from 2009-2011, helping the Blues win the league title before moving onto Paris Saint-Germain.

The Italian has said that he enjoyed his time in the Premier League and opened the door on a future return to England.

"I loved England and I was very happy at Chelsea," Ancelotti told reporters.

"I liked the atmosphere, the fans. I have great memories. I'd go back, but it depends on how long this adventure at Real Madrid lasts."

Ancelotti takes his Real Madrid side to Liverpool in the Champions League on Wednesday.

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