Mourinho set to be named interim Real Madrid manager

Real Madrid After Shocking Exit from UEFA Champions League 2019 Also Face a Host of Injuries

Real Madrid After Shocking Exit from UEFA Champions League 2019 Also Face a Host of Injuries

Zinedine Zidane, who left in the summer after guiding Madrid to three Champions League titles on the trot, was also spoken to about the role while Germany manager Joachim Low was considered too.

According to ex-Real Madrid President Ramon Calderon, who spoke to United Kingdom's news outlet Sky Sports on Wednesday, March 6, Mourinho is the first choice to replace Solari should he be sacked - with initial contact already having been made.

The Dutch side stunned Real Madrid - winners of the last three Champions League titles - with a 4-1 win at the Bernabeu on Tuesday, booking their quarter-final place with a 5-3 aggregate win.

Lopetegui was appointed on the eve of Spain's opening World Cup match during the summer, after the shock resignation of coach Zinedine Zidane. Other names being mentioned include Juergen Klopp, Mauricio Pochettino, Joachim Loew and Antonio Conte, who was highly touted to replace Julen Lopetegui when the former Spain coach was sacked a few months into his job with Madrid this season.

They also claim, however, that Mourinho is not the club's first-choice candidate to replace him.

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Madrid lost two El Clasicos with Barcelona in one week, falling in league play and in the Copa del Rey.

Ramos has been at the club since signing from Sevilla back in 2005 and his current contract runs until June 2020. They are talking of the possibility of Zidane or Mourinho - they are completely different coaches with completely different ideas of football.

And we are pretty confident that he would not want a repeat of the same situation at Real Madrid next season.

After Real Madrid fans chanted his named following the Ajax loss, Mourinho said, "I am proud of that, but Real Madrid have a manager".

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