Ancelotti has three Champions League titles to his name as a coach.
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Italian football federation (FIGC) chiefs Tuesday confirmed talks had taken place with Carlo Ancelotti concerning the vacant Italy coaching job but insisted there was no front-runner yet.Ancelotti, who was sacked by Bayern Munich last September, met with FIGC Commissioner Roberto Fabbricini and Subcommissioner Alessandro Costacurta in a Rome hotel Monday.Italy have been without a permanent coach since Gian Piero Ventura was sacked after the four-time champions failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 60 years, after losing to Sweden in a two-legged playoff in November.Ancelotti, who has also managed Chelsea, Real Madrid, AC Milan, Juventus, Roma and Paris Saint-Germain, has three Champions League titles to his name as a coach.
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