“Alonso as Real’s next manager? NO!”. ‘No. 1 manager’, anyone? EPL breakout star!

Who will be the next manager of Spain’s top club Real Madrid?

Local media are predicting that Carlo Ancelotti will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season. Ancelotti is most likely to move on to manage the Brazilian national team.

As a result, local media outlets have been reporting on his successor. Recently, reports have suggested that the most likely candidate is former Real Madrid coach Xabi Alonso, who has been impressive with his leadership at Leverkusen in the German Bundesliga.

However, while Alonso is just one of several candidates, there is reportedly another coach that Real Madrid really wants as their number one choice. That man is Roberto De Zerbi, who is leading the Brighton & Hove Albion ‘breakthrough’ in the English Premier League (EPL). 

De Jervi’s Brighton & Hove Albion have made a name for themselves as the EPL’s newest powerhouse.  They are considered the biggest threat to the traditional big six. 

Spain’s Cadena SER reports that “Spanish giants Real Madrid are searching for a successor to Ancelotti, who is set to leave for the Brazilian national team. Real Madrid are most interested in De Zerbi,” the newspaper reported.

“A number of names have been mentioned, including Alonso, but De Gea is Real Madrid’s first choice. Real Madrid are determined to do everything they can to sign him.”

“De Jervi immediately captivated fans with his 토토 attractive and aggressive style of soccer. He led the team to a top-six finish in the EPL last season and is currently in third place this season.”

The question is whether Brighton & Hove Albion will let De Jervi go. “Brighton & Hove Albion are keen to keep De Gea for as long as possible,” the outlet said. The penalty for De Gea leaving Brighton & Hove Albion is reportedly around £11.2 million ($18.4 million). That’s a lot of money for a manager. But Real Madrid is a club that can afford to pay it.”

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