There is news that Real Madrid has appointed manager Xabi Alonso.
Spanish journalist Matias Pratz said through Spain’s Radio Marca on the 26th (Korean time), “What I can say clearly is that Real Madrid chose Coach Alonso to succeed Carlo Ancelotti. We all know that next year, “I know who will be the manager of Real Madrid. It won’t be Ancelotti or Raul González. You know, it will be Alonso,” he said.토토사이트
“It is clear, without a doubt, it comes from information, not from feeling. Alonso will coach Real next year,” he continued. “A lot can happen. There are still nine months left in the season and Alonso has signed a contract with Leverkusen. “It remains to be seen, but as of now, it is clear that Real have already chosen Alonso as their next manager,” he added.
Real is a prestigious club representing the world. It produced numerous star players and was led by many great captains. Accordingly, they have won dozens of trophies, and are continuing their unrivaled run with the most La Liga wins (35 times) and the most Champions League wins (14 times).
The current manager is Ancelotti. Coach Ancelotti took the helm for the second time in 2021 and took the top spot in La Liga, Supercopa de España, Copa del Rey, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, and Club World Cup.
The problem is that Coach Ancelotti’s contract expires this season. In addition, Coach Ancelotti is being linked to the Brazilian national team. Accordingly, Real was in a situation where it had to make plans for the next manager.
According to Matthias Pratz, Real has appointed Alonso as manager. Coach Alonso played for Real Sociedad, Liverpool, Real, and Bayern Munich during his career and was called the ‘Pass Master’ for his accurate passing ability. In particular, he played 236 official games for Real Madrid alone and won five championship trophies.
After retiring from active duty, he entered the leadership path. He initially led the Real Youth and Real Sociedad B teams. He will then take charge of his senior team for the first time when he takes charge of Leverkusen in 2022. At the time of his appointment, Leverkusen was 17th in the Bundesliga. They succeeded in rebounding from adverse conditions and ended the season in 6th place. Not only did they confirm their stay, but they even advanced to the European competition. In addition, they succeeded in reaching the semifinals of the Europa League that season. This season, they are in second place in the Bundesliga with 4 wins and 1 draw.
Coach Alonso renewed his contract with Leverkusen last August. The period, which was until the summer of 2024, was extended by two more years until the summer of 2026. I don’t know what the terms of the contract are, but journalist Matthias Pratz has confirmed that Real’s next manager will be Alonso.