Will Coach Zidane return to lead Real Madrid?

When coach Carlo Ancelotti’s contract with Real Madrid expires in 2024, Zinedine Zidane will be able to return to Santiago Bernabeu, but an important condition is still required.

Famous newspapers in Spain, Mundo Deportivo and AS, recently reported that Real Madrid President and Zinedine Zidane had private conversations with each other.

The purpose of these exchanges is nothing more than the plan to bring the French coach back to Real Madrid next summer, when coach Ancelotti’s contract officially expires.

Experts say that whether Zidane will reunite with the Spanish royal team or not will depend on whether this team signs a contract with Kylian Mbappe in the 2024 summer transfer period.

In both recent summer transfer windows, Los Blancos had the opportunity to bring Mbappe to the Bernabeu but missed it.

However, currently the French star has not renewed his contract with PSG, so Real Madrid’s chances of getting his signature next summer are brighter than ever.

That’s why the possibility of both Zidane and Mbappe being in Madrid next season is not small.

When coach Carlo Ancelotti’s contract with Real Madrid expires in 2024, Zinedine Zidane will be able to return to Santiago Bernabeu, but an important condition is still required.

Since leaving Real in the summer of 2021, the French coach seems to be completely “hidden” from the football world.

Even though some big teams, especially Manchester United, invited him to lead, Zidane still refused and denied any possibility of going to the Premier League.

Zidane has achieved great success as both a player and a coach. As for his coaching career, even though he does not have the combat experience like many other predecessors, the French coach still managed to do something that no one has ever done in the history of soccer, which is to lead Real Madrid to win 3 games. consecutive Champions League championship.

After leaving the Spanish team, Zidane also mentioned many times about returning to coaching. However, he once frankly shared that he will only coach suitable clubs and especially “have a special emotional relationship”, which are the clubs he played for when he was a player. , including Real Madrid, Juventus and Marseille.

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