Zinedine Zidane has rejected job already, says Ramon Calderon — Real Madrid

Tanya Simon
March 8, 2019

Santiago Solari is unlikely to remain in the job beyond the summer, after Real lost two Clasicos in four days and were dumped out the Champions League by Ajax.

Ramos was banned for the clash after deliberately picking up a yellow card in Amsterdam and watched as his side were beaten 4-1 in front of their own fans.

Mourinho is held in high esteem by under-fire Real Madrid President Florentino Perez, who has long harboured ambitions to bring the coach sacked by Manchester United last December back to the club he managed for three years from 2010.

Perez said he would sack the defender, who, according to AS, replied by saying "Pay me and I will leave, I have given everything and broken my back for this badge, this club and for you".

This is according to the club's former president Ramon Calderon, with the Portuguese manager the preferred option as Los Blancos search for a new boss. And at this club, you must know this: I do not want to start a season and have a bad time.

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Current Madrid boss Santiago Solari will be replaced ahead of next season, leading to a number of candidates being discussed.

"He has left open the possibility of coming back in June".

It also effectively ended Madrid's season, after successive defeats to Barcelona which sent them out of the Copa del Rey and put them 12 points adrift of Barcelona in the title race, five more than when Solari succeeded Julen Lopetegui in October.

It has been claimed that Isco's unhappiness stems from the fact that he went from being handed a 15-minute cameo in the LaLiga El Clasico loss to Barcelona on last Saturday to being totally discarded for the match against Ajax.

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