Three ways Bayern Munich could line up in Carlo Ancelotti’s diamond system

(FILES) This file photo taken on May 13, 2015 shows then Real Madrid's Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti gesturing during the UEFA Champions League semi-final second leg football match Real Madrid FC vs Juventus at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid. As Spanish sports newspaper Marca and Spanish broadcast Cadena Cope reported on December 17, 2015, Italian former head coach of Real Madrid Carlo Ancelotti will follow Pep Guardiola as head coach of German bundesliga football club FC Bayern Munich. / AFP / GERARD JULIENGERARD JULIEN/AFP/Getty Images
“Normally things would be rather quiet around this time of the year for Bundesliga clubs, soaking up the tranquility that comes with a winter break which suspends top-flight German football until late January. However, for Bayern Munich, that hasn’t been the case in the last few days. While the Bavarians are only midway through the current campaign, eyes are already turning towards a new era starting at the end of the season. With Pep Guardiola set to stand down next spring to seek pastures new after what will be three years at the helm, Bayern have moved quickly to appoint his successor in waiting ahead of 2016/17.” Squawka

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