Ancelotti is 'open to anything'

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Carlo Ancelotti continues to give mixed signals regarding his future at AC Milan, telling a news conference that he is "100% staying" – but then adding: "I would love to coach Chelsea."

Speculation has been rife in Italy and England that Ancelotti will leave Milan for Chelsea this summer, with the Rossoneri set to make an announcement on his future on Monday if they clinch Champions League qualification this weekend.

"I am Milan coach until June 2010," Ancelotti said. "I know how things are, I don't see things cloudy, I see everything very clearly.

"If I had to put it in figures I’d say I am staying at Milan 100 percent next season.

"At the moment I have no open situation with Chelsea. I have a contract and am open to anything.

"I like being a coach, it is a passion rather than work, so if you ask me if I would like to train Chelsea then it’s a yes."

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