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Mauricio Pochettino Odds: 6/4

Real Madrid are set to join the race for Mauricio Pochettino, who’s expected to leave Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season. The former Tottenham boss is under contract at the French giants until June 2023, however, it’s widely reported that this will be his final campaign in charge.

Pochettino has been in charge of PSG since January 2021 and it has been reported that Real, along with Spurs, failed in an attempt to land the Argentine last summer because PSG were unwilling to let him leave. However, that won’t put the Spanish giants off from trying again this summer with the club’s higher-ups understood to be keen to replace Ancelotti with Pochettino.

The report adds that Pochettino going to the Bernabeu could be key to Real Madrid signing Kylian Mbappe, with their close relationship viewed as the deciding factor in getting the French striker on board amid suggestions he was beginning to get cold feet over the move.

Raul Odds: 5/1

Real Madrid Castilla coach and Blancos legend Raul has added to the speculation that he will succeed Carlo Ancelotti as boss of the senior side.

It is widely reported that Ancelotti will leave Madrid at the end of the season, there have been a number of coaches linked with succeeding the Italian, with the Spaniard being the second favourite. Raul has been coach of the Real Madrid Castilla side since 2019 and, while he has stopped short of saying he wants to be promoted this summer, he has admitted that Madrid is where he wants to be.

“This is my home and this is where I want to be,” Raul said.

“This is not the time to talk about anyone’s future. We’ve learned a lot this year. I’m an employee of the club.”

“Since I decided to become a coach three or four years ago it’s best to do it at home, at my club, gaining experience and coaching in the best way.

“I’m a club man, I’m happy at home and I’m excited to continue.”

The end of the season could see a promotion for Raul to the top level of Spanish football and be the first major coaching role of his career so far.

Thomas Tuchel Odds: 7/1

The current Chelsea manager is the third favourite for the Real Madrid job, despite the recent contest between the two sides in the Champions League which ended with a thrilling match at the Bernabeu, where Real narrowly progressed to the next stage of the European competition.

The German manager has been credited with the great job he has done with the side in London after a Champions League trophy in his first season with the club, and without any signings of his own to work with it was an exceptional feat.

However, amidst the Chelsea takeover, there is uncertainty about the levels of future investment that may come after the club is bought. And a move to the soon to be Spanish champions could allow Tuchel to exceed what he has already achieved.

Antonio Conte Odds: 10/1

Antonio Conte is being considered as Ancelotti's successor at Real Madrid. according to Sky in Italy they have now turned to Conte, who is at Tottenham Hotspur and in his first season at the club, he is among a fight for fourth place in the Premier League.

Conte is a prolific title-winner with Juventus himself, as well as Chelsea and Inter Milan, and despite the club looking like they are going to win the league anyway, a younger prolific manager in Conte could push them further.

A weakness that has been pointed out for the current Real Madrid team is the lack of defensive security after the losses of Sergio Ramos and Rafael Varane to PSG and Manchester United respectively in the summer.

Therefore, the assignment of Conte could reassure that side of the Madrid team and make them a strong force in Europe for the short and long term of the football club.

Zinedine Zidane Odds: 12/1

Zinedine Zidane has been linked with Real Madrid for his third round as manager of the Spanish Giants after two previously successful runs as head coach.

The most prominent being the three Champions League wins in a row with a win of the La Liga title to go along with that.

Zidane left Madrid having delivered success that was unprecedented in the modern era. The days of teams retaining the European Cup were long gone. Nobody had done it in the Champions League era. He did. And then he did it again, defying history and maths by winning more Champions League trophies than he had spent years in charge.

Once he left the club, their city rivals won the league for the first time in a decade and therefore the Real Madrid board are looking at the Frenchman to bring the club back to European glory once again.

Zidane is also known to have exceptional man-management skills, and with the addition of Mbappe being a possibility in the summer a man from the same country could make the transition smoother to get the most quality out of the young talent.