Former Chelsea boss could remain in Paris despite Real interest.
Carlo Ancelotti has admitted his future at PSG is hanging in the balance.
The Italian tactician is wanted by La Liga giants Real Madrid, who see the Italian as the perfect replacement for current head-coach Jose Mourinho, who is widely expected to return to Chelsea this summer.
Los Blancos saw an approach for Ancelotti rebuffed by PSG last week but the 53-year-old ex-Chelsea manager has conceded it is ’50-50′ whether he remains at the Parc des Princes.
“I have not talked with the club yet. We have a meeting scheduled on Friday, then we’ll see,” Ancelotti is quoted as saying by The Sun.
“I want to continue if it’s possible to continue. But I want to understand what happened during the season.
“Some things happened after our league defeat against Stade Rennes, then after the defeat at Nice.
“Today it’s 50-50. I have settled in well here and I don’t like to change.
“I was disappointed when I left Chelsea and if I leave Paris, I’ll be sad.”
Mega-rich PSG clinched their first title since 1994 with a 1-0 win over Lyon last Sunday and face Ligue 1 bottom club Stade Brest on Saturday before a final clash with FC Lorient.
Ancelotti’s deal in Paris does not run out until June 2014 after it was automatically extended following the club’s qualification for the Champions League.