Real Madrid could be looking at another managerial change, as the club reportedly consider returning Jose Mourinho to the dugout, with Zidane struggling.
Zinedine Zidane is losing his vote of confidence at the Bernabeu, with the manager now entering a must-win territory according to Goal.
The Frenchman lost his last leverage, when Madrid lost to Mallorca at the weekend, allowing rivals Barcelona to go top of the La Liga table.
Zizou has called for consistency, following the Mallorca defeat. But such trait seems farther away from this Real Madrid, with each disappointing loss this season.
Real Madrid faces Galatasaray on Tuesday, with victory likely to buy the manager some time. Lose, however, and the Frenchman would be a step away from the exit door, with the Los Blancos facing a group stage elimination in this season’s Champions League.
Should Zidane be relieved of his duties, Real Madrid will reportedly be considering having Jose Mourinho return to the dugout.
Jose who spent three years at Bernabeu ( 2010 – 2013 ) has been in the market since being relieved of his duties at Manchester United last year.
The Portuguese reiterate he wants to return to management, but only at a team with a proper hierarchy and structure.