Carlo Ancelotti’s impending move to Everton is the biggest news this week bar none, with more claims every half hour on his appointment.
This week has seen details about his contract at Goodison Park emerge, as well as the assurances he has been given and his transfer targets.
Little has been said about the staff he would be taking with him to Goodison Park, other than that his son would be joining him, but Tuttomercatoweb have fixed that today.
According to the website, Ancelotti is ready to become Everton’s new manager on a deal until 2024, which we already know.
He’s already decided on some of the staff that will go with him, with son Davide set to be hired as well, albeit in an unnamed role at present. He has acted as his No.2 in the past though.
Son-in-law Mino Fulco will also be part of the new setup as Everton’s nutritionist, while Francesco Mauri will join the staff as an ‘athletic trainer’.
Fulco has been the nutritionist under Ancelotti at Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Napoli, while Mauri has worked with Ancelotti since his days at PSG, so both have a long-standing relationship with the Italian.
Therefore it is unsurprising they are heading to Everton with him too, although the fact his staff is now taking shape is another step forward for the Blues getting this coup over the line.