Carlo Ancelotti has revealed that he has had a meeting with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.
The highly-rated Milan tactician has hinted that he could move on from the San Siro in the future, which adds fuel to fire.
And the reported Chelsea and Real Madrid target has even claimed that his professional future may not be in his homeland.
“I won’t manage this team forever,” Ancelotti told the Corriere dello Sport.
Ancelotti has claimed that he met with Chelsea owner Abramovich in Paris, but not to speak about the Stamford Bridge job as he 'never had any intention of parting ways with Milan.'
“In any case, I must say that Guus Hiddink is my idol - he has succeeded everywhere.”
Ancelotti's daughter spent two months in London as part of her studies, and the Italian said: “It was useful to her to speak English. As far as I’m concerned, I already speak it...because of [David] Beckham.”
And when asked about the option of moving to another country, he said: “Anything is possible."
“When I will feel that things aren't working out any more with the club, I will hug them and move on," said Ancelotti. "But now is not the time because our agreement is total."