Real Madrid to confirm Zidane exit and Allegri appointment next week

Real Madrid are set to confirm the exit of Zinedine Zidane next week and are looking to appoint Massimiliano Allegri as his successor.

The former Juventus boss has been out of work since his exit from the Bianconeri in the summer of 2019 and is keen to return to management, with Madrid said to be his ideal job.

Allegri is one of the game’s most distinguished coaches with seven Serie A titles – six at the Old Lady and one with Milan – in a managerial career that has spanned 14 trophies in total and two Champions League final defeats – coming in 2015 against Barcelona and two years later against Madrid.

Zidane has been strongly linked with an exit from Madrid following a trophyless campaign which saw them fail to make any signings and Real Madrid news has been dominated by a possible coaching change in the close-season.

The Frenchman has won two La Liga titles and three European crowns across his two stints at Los Blancos boss.

Tags Massimiliano Allegri Zinedine Zidane


  1. I dont think that is the right thing you guys need to give the man another chance so he can bring happeness again to the club i love this guy so much please guys can you people wait for another year so we will see what will happen next.

    1. what can @Allegri bring to the Real madrid? of course nothing. please lets Zizou reign continue for better things to come

  2. Please, Zidane, don’t go. You still have lot of work to do in this rebuild.
    With due respect , Mr Perez , let him run the show .

  3. Zidane is too sentimental and too dependant on old players and sending young ones out of the team

  4. For now I think Zizou is the best
    A l ot of injuries at a point in time but still did well
    Perez should not repeat that mistake of 2019 again
    Zizou should stay

  5. Really let some one come and try his best,all what we need is success.if that’s happened let we wish him the best.and lastly thanks you zizou for your best contribute we will not forget

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