Real Madrid's top four candidates to replace Zidane revealed with Antonio Conte frontrunner after quitting Inter Milan

REAL MADRID have lined up four candidates to replace Zinedine Zidane as manager, according to reports.

Los Blancos are in the hunt for a new gaffer after announcing the Frenchman quit his role after two years on Thursday.

The Spanish giants are just one of the top European clubs involved in a managerial merry-go-round this summer.

Tottenham, Juventus and Inter Milan are all in search of a manager and Paris Saint-Germain could soon join the list if they lose Mauricio Pochettino.

And it appears ex-Inter boss Antonio Conte could make an instant return to the dugout.

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AS write how the Italian is number one priority for owner Florentino Perez following his success at the San Siro.

Conte led Inter back to Serie A glory for the first time in 11 years before he left over differences with the board.

Real Madrid had previously targeted Max Allegri but he appears to be heading back to Juventus.

Following a trophyless campaign, Madrid know Conte's appointment would give them the best opportunity to restore the glory days.

Conte has won five league titles for Juventus, Chelsea and Inter in his managerial career.


AS write how club legend Raul is also in consideration.

Raul won six LaLiga titles and the Champions League three times as a player at the Bernabeu and has managed Real Madrid's Castilla side since 2019.

It's a path similar to Zidane and the role has been earmarked for Raul at some point in the future.

Pochettino is also on the shortlist with speculation rife over his future at PSG.

SunSport exclusively revealed how he is in talks with a sensational return to Tottenham after just six months in Paris.

But the Argentine has been linked with Real Madrid previously and made it no secret of his 'dream' to one day manage the club.

He said: "I don't know if I'll ever coach Madrid, but of course it's my dream.

"If it's not the best it's one of the best clubs in the world.

"I'm no different, everyone has it on their dream list."


And finally Xabi Alonso is also being touted as a potential candidate.

The 39-year-old is currently in charge of Real Sociedad's B team following a glittering playing career.

Alonso is expected to make the step up to senior management in due course, having been linked with Borussia Monchengladbach, but a move to Real Madrid may come too soon.

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