Zidane shockingly announced his resignation from Real Madrid’s managerial post on Thursday, leaving the European champions without a manager. Departed long served Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger had over the course of his era at Arsenal being a target for the Los Blancos, especially during the early 2000s when Real Madrid changed mangers many times.
Currently, Wenger is jobless and he had promised Arsenal he wouldn’t take a Premier League job following interest from Westham after leaving Arsenal earlier in May. Wenger is well known for his conservative approach of breeding young players which is in sharp contrast with Real Madrid’s flamboyant philosophy. The decision is left to Real Madrid to decide whether they want the Frenchman to take over the affairs at the club.
Real Madrid could as well snare Juventus coach, Alegri who had won four consecutive Scudetto at Serie A. He looks one manager that has so much experience and could continue Zidane’s legacy at the club. Since joining Juventus in 2014, he had built a very strong team which consistently compete in both local and Champions League. Allegri has been praised for his tactical intelligence and his ability to build effectively upon Antonio Conte’s successful tactics and winning mentality as Juventus’s manager, albeit in a less rigorous manner