We present you a compilation of the coaches who have been mentioned in the last hours to fill the position that the French leaves vacant on the merengue bench
Real Madrid announced this Thursday the departure of Zinedine Zidane, who decided not to continue at the institution despite having a one-year contract. The Frenchman positioned himself as one of the best coaches in the history of Madrid, although in the recently concluded campaign he failed to lift a single title.
On the occasion of the departure of Zidane, ESPN Digital presents you with some of the names that have been linked to take the reins of the ‘White House’.
The ‘Angel of Madrid’ is one of the greatest idols in the history of the ‘White House’ by defending the club’s jersey as a player for more than 16 years. Raúl returned to the institution in 2019 to take the reins of Castilla, Madrid’s youth squad and with which he managed to win the UEFA Youth League. The former Spanish striker is one of the favorites to reach the bench, however, the board could opt for a more experienced coach.
The name of the Italian strategist has gained a lot of strength in the last hours after Inter Milan announced his departure due to the economic crisis that the team is going through. Conte, 51, boasts an incredible track record highlighting four Serie A titles and a Premier League, but one point against Antonio is that he has not been successful in the Champions League so far.
According to various English media such as Sky Sports Y BBCPochettino would be considering leaving PSG, the club he joined earlier this year, and returning to Tottenham in the Premier League. In the event that the Argentine breaks his bond with the Parisian team, Real Madrid I could try to convince him by being a coach who has always liked the meringues, according to the Spanish press.
The world champion with the German National Team in Brazil 2014 was one of the first names to be linked to Real Madrid when the first rumors emerged that Zidane would not remain at the club. The 61-year-old Teuton has been in charge of Germany since 2006, so some fans have expressed doubts about whether Löw could really adapt to the demands of working for a club.
The former Real Madrid player has been one of the last names to be linked to the ‘White House’ bench. According to the Spanish newspaper ACE, Alonso would be a coach that the board likes after the work he has done in the Real Sociedad youth team, however, the Iberian newspaper points out that, like Raúl, his lack of experience in the First Division takes away points to take the reins of Madrid.
What’s next for Zidane?
Sports world, a Spanish newspaper, revealed some of the possible scenarios for Zidane, who said goodbye to Madrid for the second time. The newspaper notes that Zinedine could take the reins of Juventus or the French National Team Although the Frenchman could also choose to take a sabbatical, just as he did when he left Madrid in 2018.