Zinedine Zidane has resisted the possibility to come back as director of Real Madrid, according to former team president Ramon Calderon.
“He’s left open the prospect of finding its way straight back in June.”
Actual shocked by walking just days after having a famous win against Liverpool which made him the first boss to win three Cups in a row and the 3rd to win three in total – along with Bob Paisley and Carlo Ancelotti.
The former France captain has not handled since.
Real are predicted to create sweeping changes after their season was effortlessly ended by way of a grisly last-16 conquer to Ajax.
Real replaced Zidane using Spain coach Julen Lopetegui – a movement which has been a tragedy for club, coach and country – however he continued just four months, together with Santiago Solari finally taking the reins. The team have been expected to restore him with a third coach in 2013.
‘No purpose coming Mourinho’
“The first solution for that president has always, always been Mourinho,” Calderon said.
“But the problem is who will run the club at the office? They have been discussing the chance for Zidane or even Mourinho – that they have been different coaches who have different thoughts of football.
“It is an erratic and cosmopolitan president who has brought us to this circumstance.
“There is the choice of earning Mourinho today, but if you ask me there is no point.
“At this moment of this summer season anything you do is likely to be wrong, I assume they are going to wait until the close of the season but this is very number of years, 3 months, to suffer most of the critics and the anger of those fans”