Jose Mourinho set to make comeback to Real Madrid as Carlo Ancelotti’s successor

Mourinho set to make comeback to Real Madrid as Ancelotti's successor

Real Madrid, one of the most prestigious football clubs in the world, is reportedly eyeing former manager Jose Mourinho as a potential successor to Carlo Ancelotti.

According to reports, if Ancelotti decides to leave the club at the end of the season, Real Madrid has identified Mourinho as a top candidate to take the helm once again.

Mourinho, a Portuguese tactician, previously managed Real Madrid from 2010 to 2013. During his time at the Bernabeu, he achieved remarkable success, leading the team to a La Liga title in the 2011-2012 season, breaking Barcelona’s dominance.

Additionally, Mourinho guided Real Madrid to victory in the Copa del Rey during his first season in charge.

Despite leaving the club in 2013 to return to the Premier League with Chelsea, Mourinho’s impressive track record at Real Madrid has not been forgotten. His overall win percentage of 72% in 178 matches speaks to his managerial prowess and ability to achieve success at the highest level.

With Ancelotti’s contract set to expire at the end of the 2023-2024 season, Real Madrid is actively exploring potential options for a new head coach.

While Ancelotti could extend his stay if offered a renewal, it remains uncertain whether the club will pursue such an agreement. This uncertainty has led to speculation about Mourinho’s potential return to the Bernabeu.

Currently managing Serie A side Roma, Mourinho’s contract with the Italian club is also set to expire at the end of this season. This aligns with the timeline for Real Madrid’s search for a new coach, making Mourinho an intriguing candidate.

However, it’s worth noting that former Real Madrid players Zinedine Zidane and Xabi Alonso are also being considered for the position.

As the football world eagerly awaits the outcome of Real Madrid’s coaching decision, fans and pundits alike are excited about the possibility of Mourinho returning to the club where he previously enjoyed great success.

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