Carlo Ancelotti has wasted no time in returning to management following his dismissal this week.
The former Bayern Munich manager – sacked after the humiliating 3-0 defeat against Paris Saint-Germain – will coach children in Jerusalem on Monday afternoon.
Days after being relieved of his duties from the Bundesliga side, the 58-year-old will travel to Israel to impart his wisdom on the next generation of star footballers.
Ancelotti will hold a special training special between the old city walls as Jewish, Christian and Muslim children are all set to take part.
The sports playground – created as part of the Assist for Peace project in the Armenian quarter – was supported by many famous sportsmen to establish solidarity in Isreal.
Inaugurated in September 2016 thanks to the help of the local Patriarchate – Novak Djokovic, Sebastien Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen and Gianluigi Buffon were just a few of the names that joined Ancelotti in support.
And as the ex-Chelsea boss gets a taste of coaching again, he could mark his return to a major European side quicker than expected.
Former club AC Milan have reportedly made contact with Ancelotti as pressure grown on existing boss Vincenzo Montella.
While the Italian boss himself is reported to be only keen on managing Arsenal should Arsene Wenger leave the Gunners this season.
Ancelotti’s reign in charge of Bayern ended in disaster as president Uli Hoeness revealed that FIVE senior players had turned against him.
Willy Sagnol has been brought in on an interim basis, as Munich look to hand former Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel the permanent position.