Ancelotti has won the Champions League twice with AC Milan and once with Real. / AFP / JAVIER SORIANO
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Three-time Champions League-winning coach Carlo Ancelotti has signed a three-year deal to replace Pep Guardiola at Bayern Munich next season after the Spaniard decided not to extend his contract at the German champions. Bayern Chief Executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge confirmed the much-anticipated change in manager Sunday, saying the deal with Ancelotti has been completed.Guardiola's departure was widely expected with several top Premier League clubs reportedly in the running to sign the 44-year-old former Barcelona coach, who had won 14 titles in four years at the Spanish club.The 56-year-old Ancelotti has won the Champions League twice with AC Milan and once with Real Madrid while also winning a string of other titles with Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus.
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