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Xabi Alonso: Real Madrid bound?

Xabi Alonso’s future has been the subject of much speculation in recent months. After an exceptional season at the helm of Bayer Leverkusen, where he guided the club to their first-ever Bundesliga title, the former midfielder has become a highly sought-after manager.

Despite interest from Liverpool, Real Madrid, and Bayern Munich, Alonso has publicly stated his intention to remain with Leverkusen for the upcoming season. However, many believe that a return to Real Madrid is inevitable, including Leverkusen CEO Fernando Carro.

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“I have no doubt,” Carro affirmed on Spanish radio show El Larguero. “One day, Xabi Alonso will be the coach of Real Madrid. I have no doubt, no doubt! The only doubt is when he will sign for Real Madrid. But it will happen, believe me. I am convinced of it.”

Real Madrid fans, take note! The return of Xabi Alonso to the Bernabéu dugout could be on the horizon.

Alonso’s Coaching Prowess

Alonso’s impressive debut season as Leverkusen manager has showcased his tactical acumen and man-management skills. His ability to instill a winning mentality in his players has transformed the club into a force to be reckoned with in German football.

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Alonso’s deep connection with Real Madrid, where he spent five trophy-laden seasons as a player, further fuels speculation about his potential return. His understanding of the club’s culture and expectations would make him a natural fit for the role.

While Alonso has committed to Leverkusen for now, the lure of Real Madrid could prove too strong to resist in the future. The opportunity to manage one of the world’s most prestigious clubs and etch his name in Real Madrid’s illustrious history would be an irresistible challenge for any ambitious coach.

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