Zinédine Zidane appears to be leaving for Real Madrid. President Florentino Perez would target an interesting lead on the White House bench.
The end of Zinédine Zidane would undoubtedly come at the end of the season. Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is already thinking about finding a new manager for next year. He would think of a coach who won a world championship title. To replace Zinédine Zidane, the parton of the club would like to attract Joachim Löw. At the White House, the profile of the coach would be very popular.
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Joachim Löw in Florentino Perez’s sights
According to journalist Pipi Estrada on the show, Joachim Löw would be of great interest to Madrid’s leaders. Coach with Germany since 2006, the German technician won the 2014 World Cup. Criticized and criticized because of the fiasco in Russia, he will leave the national team at the end of the Euro, scheduled for this summer. Courted by Florentino Perez’s Real Madrid, Löw has not coached a club since 2004 with Austria Vienna.
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