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Zinedine Zidane has not gone through his best moment at Real Madrid, and in England he is one of the most important players in the Champions League as a candidate for his position, who has also been on the agenda of Barcelona.

Daily Mail places Mauricio Pochettino as Florentino Pérez's favorite coach to succeed Zidane in charge of the merengue squad. Of great task in Tottenham, the Argentine coach is one of the idols of the 'Spurs', club that does not intend to get rid of their services.

The Mail argues as keys the good relationship they maintain and the mutual praise that Pochettino and Florentino Pérez dedicate, Spain's past coach and his declared refusal to train Barcelona and the possibility that his landing the Bernabéu paves the way to the signing of the two stars of Tottenham: Dele Alli and Harry Kane.

This would not be Real Madrid's first attempt to put Pochettino in charge of the first team. As revealed by ‘El Larguero’ before Tottenham's visit to the Bernabéu, the entity of Concha Espina contacted the coach in early 2016 when Rafa Benítez was dismissed.

The white interlocutors urged the coach not to make any move in their negotiations to renew with Tottenham without first contacting Real Madrid. The election of Zidane turned out to be a success and Pochettino stayed cold.

However the position of the Argentine regarding the interest of the entity chaired by Florentino Pérez is clear. Pochettino has no intention of changing his team since he is in a phase of creating his own project, which he feels very proud of. Likewise explained the coach himself in statements that this Saturday picked up the newspaper 'The Guardian'.

"I honestly never think about what can happen tomorrow, I cannot think about next season, because it does not depend only on me, but on my circumstances and it is very important to be respectful and prudent, cautious and intelligent", he said to ‘The Guardian’.

At the helm of Tottenham, the Argentine coach has achieved great results in the Premier League with the Spurs, an outstanding work considering the high budgets that have the rivals of the Londoners.

It’s necessary to remember as well that Zinedine Zidane made great records at Real Madrid, but now fits his worst streak since he took office. The Frenchman speaks clearly: "Real Madrid is not playing badly, but we can do better. We cannot control what is said outside of us, but I feel strong in the face of adversity ». Ceballos, Llorente and Theo hope to have their opportunity from now on.

Zidane reflects on the difference he personally experiences in two weeks. A few days ago he was chosen the best coach in the best team on the planet. Now he is criticized because the team loses. ‘Neither before was the best in the world nor now I am the worst. That also happened to me as a player. I do not think that in a moment I am very high, with euphoria, and now I am below. I always feel in a middle ground ‘.

The possibility of a new coach for Real Madrid doesn’t seem to be the first possibility today. Zidane has won two Champions League trophy’s in a row and Real Madrid fans, players and even Florentino Perez expect that the team can make an improvement before December, a very difficult month for the ‘Merengues’ as they have to travel to play the FIFA Club World Cup.

Everything seems to point that the French coach will stay as Real Madrid’s coach till the end of the season, unless a catastrophe happens at Madrid in the next few months.