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Real Madrid next permanent manager odds

Real Madrid next manager after Zinedine Zidane

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Who is Real Madrid's manager?

Zinedine Zidane is the current Real Madrid manager after taking over from Santiago Solari in March 2019. Zidane was born in Marseille, France on 23 June 1972. Zidane previously played football in midfield for clubs such as Juventus, Bordeaux, Real Madrid and Cannes along with making numerous appearances for the French National team.

Zidane came through the youth academies of US Saint-Henri, SO Septèmes les Vallons and Cannes before making his Cannes debut in 1989. He made 61 appearances for Cannes between the years of 1989 and 1992 scoring 6 goals before signing for fellow French side Bordeaux. Whilst at Bordeaux, Zidane made 139 competitive appearances and scored 28 goals as he won the 1995 UEFA Intertoto Cup. After 4 seasons at Bordeaux, Juventus signed the French midfielder in 1996. In his time at Juventus, Zidane won 2 Serie A titles, 1 Italian Supercup, 1 UEFA Super Cup, 1 Intercontinental Cup, and 1 UEFA Intertoto Cup. He then joined Real Madrid in 2001 where he made 155 competitive appearances for the Spanish side scoring 37 goals in the process.

Zidane won 6 major honours at Real Madrid along with a FIFA World Cup win with the French National team in 1998 and a UEFA European Championship in 2000. In his time playing for the French National team, Zidane made 108 appearances along with scoring 31 goals in the process. He also won over 100 individual awards including the Ballon d’or, UEFA Player of the year and was voted as part of the Real Madrid greatest XI of all time.

In 2014, Zidane was appointed as manager of Real Madrid Castilla where he worked for 2 years and impressed the Real Madrid bosses. In 2016, Zidane was appointed as the permanent manager of Real Madrid. He won 3 consecutive Champions League titles, 2 UEFA Super Cups. 2 FIFA World Club Cups, 1 La Liga title and 1 Spanish Super Cup. He’s also won numerous individual manager awards including La Liga manager of the month awards and RMC French Manager of the year. Zidane left Real Madrid in 2018 before rejoining in 2019 after a few disappointing managerial stints at the club in Santiago Solari and Julen Lopetegui.