Madrid Want Low to Succeed Zidane Claim
It`s been a troubled season for Real Madrid.
As it stands, the only trophy the club can win this season is the Champions League trophy with the club out of the Copa del Rey and well adrift in the La Liga.
The poor season has seen question marks raised about the ongoing tenure of Zinedine Zidane as the manager of the club.
Already, there has been speculation as to who, if the axe is wielded, Real Madrid would look towards as a possible replacement.
Today, the Spanish media, in the shape of the news vehicle, Mundo Deportivo, have come up with the name of the person the Real Madrid hierarchy would like to see in the managerial hot-seat.
According to our referenced source, the preferred option to succeed Zidane is none other than the current German national team boss Joachim Low.
The insinuation given is that the switch could happen in time for the 2018 / 2019 season, after Low has played his part in hoping Germany can win the 2018 World Cup, in Russia.
It`s an interesting suggestion, but would Low be willing to give up the job he`s felt so comfortable in for so long?