Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Guti will be Real Madrid head coach, says Real Murcia president

Guti will be Real Madrid head coach, says Real Murcia president

In the aftermath of Zidane's exit the Spanish giants were believed to be keen on luring Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino back over to Spain, but to no avail.

Former Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane shocked world football with his departure from the club, but it appears his successor has now been revealed.

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If Guti is appointed it would be the second "in-house" appointment made by club president Florentino Perez after Zidane made the step up from coaching Real Madrid B in 2016. Arsene Wenger, Guti, Michel and Michael Laudrup could all be recruited with no need for compensation or lengthy negotiations.

However, according to Murcia president Victor Galvez, former Real star Jose Maria Gutierrez, more famously known as Guti, will be Los Blancos' new head coach. With such an outstanding playing career behind him, Guti should automatically demand the respect of the Real Madrid players.

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Guti, the current Under-18 boss at Real Madrid, has since emerged as a candidate to lead the first team next season but had also been linked with a host of smaller clubs, including Real Murcia and St Mirren.

Zidane announced his decision to leave Real earlier in the month after guiding the club to a third successive Champions League trophy.

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It is being claimed that Madrid view Conte as the only top level manager who is likely to be available this summer and they are prepared to makea move for the Chelsea FC boss.

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