The Spanish giants giants will face Villareal in their last clash of the season set for May 23rd with his next destination yet to be revealed.
The same reports claim that the Frenchman is not willing to renew his contract claiming that his relationship with the club’s President Fiorentina Perez is not that rosy.
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Several managers have been tipped to succeed him top of the list being Everton coach Carlo Ancelotti who also coach Real Madrid in 2014 before he was sacked by Perez.
During his tenure, he won the Champions League but failed to make it to the final the following season and ended up second in La Liga behind rivals Barcelona.
If he returns, Ancelotti may revive Gareth Bale and convince him to stay after falling out of favour under Zidane before he was loaned out to Tottenham Hotspurs in England.
Former Real Madrid player Raul has popped as a possible replacement following his success coaching the club’s youth team. Also in the list is Max Allegri, former Juventus coach.
Currently, the Spaniards are second in the table, two points behind league leaders Atletico Madrid with both sides set to play their respective fixtures on Sunday.
Under Zinedine Zidane, Real Madrid won three Champions League trophies in a row and a league before leaving at the end of the 2017/18 season. His stay may however continue if the club wins the signature of top rated players including PSG Kylian Mbappe.
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