The days of Zinedine Zidane as the coach of Real Madrid are counted. The boss is reported to step down at the end of the season after bad results, bad performances of expensive signings, complaints of many players for not having enough playtime and lack of trust from the board.
For these reasons, the president Florentino Pérez has been looking for someone to take this job. This is one of the best possible teams to be a manager, so he cannot just choose anybody. Some reports said that Massimiliano Allegri was the chosen one, but it seems it is someone else.
The manager that Florentino wants is Raúl González. He is a legend of the club, the top scorer ever before Cristiano Ronaldo. He knows the club as a player and a coach, because he is managing the B team, Real Madrid Castilla, and is doing well. In that case, he would go through the same path as Pep Guardiola, starting in the second team and jumping to the first.
Raúl played 16 years with Real Madrid first team, playing 741 matches and scoring 323 goals. He is highly respected by fans and more important, by Florentino. It is just a matter of time until he takes over as a manager, and this might be his moment to save the club he loves.