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Five Managers Fighting To Replace Zidane Next Season As Real Madrid Head Coach

Real Madrid will be looking for Zinedine Zidane’s replacement this season, with the Frenchman set to leave the club.

Reports confirmed the Zidaane has told his players that he won't be heading them next season. As DAILY POST, said five managers are in the race to succeed the 47 year old Frenchman in the Santiago Bernabeu hot seat.

Following the UK Mirror, below are managers that are ready to take over Zidane: Carlo Ancelotti, Max Allegri, Joachim Low, Antonio Conte and Raul.

CARLO ANCELOTTI

The Italian professional football coach, Carlo Ancelotti, in 2015 was sacked as Real Madrid manager, though currently at Everton, but could come back for a second spell.

MAX ALLEGRI

Max Allegri the Italian manager has won the Serie A league five times and also the Coppa Italia on four times, while he was at Juventus, before he went on vacation.

RAÚL GONZÁLEZ BLANCO

Raul, the Spanish football manager, spent almost two decades at the Santiago Bernabéu before he left in 2010 but is now back managing the club’s B team.

JOACHIM LÖW

Low, the German football manager, will soon leave his seat as the Germany's head coach after 15 years in charge after this summer's European Championships.

ANTONOI CONTE

Conte, the 51 years old Italian football manager, has enjoyed trophies with Chelsea and Juventus previously, before winning the Serie A title with Inter Milan this year.

I believe all the coaches are all good in managing the team. Who do you think, would emerge as Real Madrid manager next season?

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