Zidane no longer untouchable, Real Madrid reportedly lining up Mourinho
- The Frenchman received heavy criticism following Saturday's loss at Mallorca.
- His position is under heavy scrutiny.
- The Portuguese has been without a job since last December.
- He has apparently maintained a good relationship with Perez.
- In case Zidane is sacked, he would be a primary candidate.
According to El Chiringuito, Real Madrid are lining up Jose Mourinho for potential return to the Blancos.
Last week we miserably lost 1-0 at Mallorca. Due to this loss, Zinedine Zidane's position as manager is no longer considered untouchable like before.
At the moment, there are no talks of a possible sacking. However, Florentino Perez has begun searching for a replacement and sees Mourinho as one of his primary candidates due to their good relationship.
An unconvincing performance and an even more unconvincing explanation for the loss from Zizou:
As we all remember, the Portuguese already managed the club between 2010 and 2013, winning the league in 2012 and the Copa del Rey in 2011.
Mourinho has been unemployed ever since he was sacked from Manchester United last December.
Would you replace Zidane with Jose?