Ancelotti eyes lengthy Bayern stay
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Coach Carlo Ancelotti admits the "family" atmosphere at Bayern Munich has made him feel at home and want to stay for the long run.
The 57-year-old moved into the Bavarians' dug-out in the summer after signing a three-year deal with the club to replace Pep Guardiola.
The Italian tactician spent eight years at Milan but has only been in charge at his subsequent clubs for a couple of seasons, spending two campaigns with Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid before being relieved of his duties.
He has settled into Bayern life quickly, with a return of six wins from as many games in all competitions suggesting his players are all on board, and the former Italy international midfielder is eyeing a lengthy spell at the Allianz Arena.
"I would love to stay here longer than two years," he told TZ. "There are clubs that feel like a company and there are clubs that feel like a family. Bayern feels like a family."