Real Madrid Could Consider Ex-Chelsea and Inter Boss As Next Manager With Allegri Set to Rejoin Juventus

Real Madrid Could Consider Ex-Chelsea and Inter Boss As Next Manager With Allegri Set to Rejoin Juventus

- Real Madrid shift focus to Antonio Conte after Allegri appears to favour Juventus return

- Los Blancos are shopping for a new manager after Zinedine Zidane dumped them for the second time

- Conte seems like the perfect manager for Madrid as he is currently not attached with any club at the moment

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Real Madrid are reportedly considering making former Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte their next manager.

Los Blancos became coachless after Zinedine Zidane walked out on them this week, making it the second time the Frenchman has abandoned his contract with the Spanish League.

First was after winning his third straight Champions League title in 2018 and then this May following his side's failure to win any trophy at the end of the 2020-21 season.

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Sources say the Santiago Bernabeu outfit was hoping to finally appoint Massimiliano Allegri but the 53-year-old is set for a sensational return to Juventus this summer.

Antonio Conte in Real Madrid frame as Zinedine Zidane successor with Max Allegri to rejoin Juventus
Real Madrid are eyeing Italian managers Conte or Allegri as a replacement for Zinedine Zidane this summer. Photo by ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP
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This has now made Conte Real's priority after also becoming club-less following his decision to part ways with his employers in spite of his Serie A triumph in the outgone campaign.

Having won league titles at Juventus, Chelsea and now Inter, Antonio seems like the best for the Spanish League side according to Sky Sports and Sports Mole.

The publication further revealed that Allegri's agent was in Madrid on Tuesday, May 25 but he had to turn Real's offer down for the second time to favour a return to his former club.

Meanwhile, Zidane was said to have told the Real Madrid board and the first team players of his decision to leave in Wednesday's training session at Real's Valdebebas training complex.

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Zinedine Zidane walks out on Real Madrid for the second time after setting unwanted record earlier reported that Mauricio Pochettino could be heading to another top club this summer after his last six months with Paris Saint-Germain is nothing to write home about.

The Argentine coach has been linked with Real Madrid after Zinedine Zidane walked away from the club at the end of the just-concluded season.

The French gaffer failed to retain his La Liga title and was knocked out of the Champions League semi-finals by Chelsea.


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