Carlo Ancelotti and Everton have settled their legal dispute

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Carlo Ancelotti and his management filed a case against Everton over “general commercial contracts and arrangements”

The High Court dispute between Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti and his former¬†team Everton has been settled amicably. In June, Ancelotti’s legal team asserted claims against Everton relating to common business agreements and contracts. The specifics of the case, however, have stayed secret since neither party made a decision to speak out about it, either before or after a settlement was achieved.

A statement from Ancelotti’s barrister confirmed the settlement: “Carlo Ancelotti and Everton Football Club have reached an amicable resolution to their dispute. Carlo has enduring respect and a deep affection for the club’s fans and wishes them and the club the very best for the future.

In December 2019, Carlo Ancelotti took over as manager of Everton, replacing Marco Silva. Ancelotti’s time at Everton saw him guide the team to a 12th-place Premier League finish in his first season and a tenth-place finish in his second and final season.

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Ancelotti left Everton after his tenure there to take the manager’s position at Real Madrid again. Ancelotti led Real Madrid to La Liga and Champions League triumph in his first season back at the Santiago Bernabeu, becoming the first manager to accomplish this feat and winning all five of Europe’s major titles in the process.

Everton has seen difficult times since Ancelotti left and, in their first two seasons without him, narrowly averted relegation to the Championship. Rafa Benitez and Frank Lampard were both fired from their positions as the club’s managers during that time. Sean Dyche is now in charge of Everton, where he hopes to stabilize the team’s results and work toward a more promising future.

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