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Esp: Allegri after Zidane, Real Madrid hides his game well

Esp: Allegri after Zidane, Real Madrid hides his game well

With the departure of Zinédine Zidane, Real Madrid has already left in search of a new coach. Several sources insistently evoke the track that leads to the Italian Massimiliano Allegri. But for his part, the Spanish journalist Josep Pedrerol has another version.

Don’t trust Zinedine Zidane to announce it before this weekend. Despite persistent rumors, the Real Madrid manager refuses to confirm his departure at the end of the season. It would have been surprising to see the Frenchman communicate the end of his adventure as his team host Villarreal on Saturday in hopes of winning the league title. Either way, his evasive statements make it clear that the rumors are well founded. The proof, the club in the Spanish capital is looking for his successor.

The lucky winner could be Massimiliano Allegri, free since the end of his time at Juventus in Turin, and above all competent and experienced enough to fill the White House dressing room. The Italian appears as the favorite and several media announce him in contact with Florentino Pérez, the president of Real Madrid who would have offered him a two-season contract, plus an optional one, with an annual salary of 10 million euros. This information was relayed on the set of the El Chiringuito program, under the gaze of journalist Josep Pedrerol, who flatly denied it.

Raúl finally chosen?

« Florentino Pérez never spoke with Massimiliano Allegri, certified the Spanish specialist. It is unlikely that he will go to Real Madrid. If this track is not correct, a certain Raúl González could finally win. The coach of the merengue branch is also one of the candidates. The one who made no secret of his interest last weekend. ” Coach the first team? I’m a club man and I’m happy here replied the iconic former Real Madrid striker. I became a coach to be at home. A ready-made solution for Florentino Pérez.

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