Zinedine Zidane’s Return to Real Madrid? Two Significant Developments!

Will Zinedine Zidane make a comeback at Real Madrid for the third consecutive time? Some positive hints have emerged…

In a few months, Real Madrid will be at a crossroads regarding its coach. Carlo Ancelotti’s contract is coming to an end, and it’s challenging to predict his future. Brazil has been awaiting him for a while now, and the final decision is still unknown. This inevitably sparks speculations about his potential replacement. Zinedine Zidane, currently without a club since his departure from the White House in 2021, could he seize the opportunity to return to the coaching role at Real Madrid?

Guti Advocates for Zidane, Xabi Alonso Headed to Munich?

This is, in any case, the expressed desire of a club legend. Guti, in the last few hours on the El Chiringuito show, has explicitly called for Zidane’s return to the bench if Ancelotti were to leave. “I would like to see Zidane again at Real Madrid. With Mourinho, there were moments when I was bored watching Real Madrid play, that’s the reality. Mourinho is not the type of coach needed for Real Madrid. Why not have a third stint with Zidane at Real Madrid? There are coaches who can stay for a long time and go through several stages in Madrid because they are the ideal coaches,” said the former playmaker.

This request gains significance as the leading candidate rumored to replace Carlo Ancelotti in case of departure seems to be heading towards a different challenge. Indeed, journalist JosĂ© Alvarez has asserted that Xabi Alonso, performing well at Leverkusen, is already heading to… Bayern Munich to take over from Thomas Tuchel at the end of this season! Another piece of information favoring Zidane’s candidacy…

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