BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Real Madrid are ready to swoop and steal xabi Alonso away from the noses of Liverpool and Bayern Munich. With the battle for the superstar coach heating up, Real Madrid are waiting in the wings to pounce on the prize. The race for Alonso is set to go down to the wire after the Bayer Leverkusen coach made it public that he will want to coach Real Madrid someday. Alonso dreams Real Madrid, Real Madrid want to make dreams reality for Alonso.


Bayer Leverkusen CEO Fernando Carro has disclosed his firm belief that Xabi Alonso will eventually manage Real Madrid, reaffirming his conviction despite acknowledging the possibility of coaching Alonso’s former clubs Liverpool and Bayern Munich.

Alonso’s tenure at Leverkusen, which commenced in October 2022 amidst the club’s struggle in the Bundesliga relegation zone, culminated in a remarkable debut season, culminating in a sixth-place finish and Europa League qualification. In his first full season, Leverkusen under Alonso’s guidance clinched their maiden Bundesliga title and retained an undefeated record, standing as the sole unbeaten team in Europe while excelling in both the Europa League and DFB Pokal.

Despite speculation linking Alonso to coaching roles at Liverpool and Bayern Munich, he has committed to remaining at Leverkusen for at least another year.

In an interview with Cadena SER, Carro expressed his unwavering belief in Alonso’s eventual managerial role at Real Madrid, asserting, “I have no doubts. One day, Xabi Alonso will be Real Madrid manager. No doubts at all, zero doubts!” Carro acknowledged the potential for Alonso to helm Liverpool or Bayern Munich in the future but emphasized his conviction regarding Alonso’s destiny at Real Madrid.

Alonso’s former mentor, Carlo Ancelotti, currently manages Real Madrid and recently extended his contract until the summer of 2026. Real Madrid has been strategically assembling a competitive squad, featuring a youthful core comprising talents such as Jude Bellingham, Vinicius Junior, Rodrygo, Aurelien Tchouameni, and Eduardo Camavinga. Additionally, the club is poised to secure the signature of Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain, with Alphonso Davies of Bayern Munich also identified as a priority target.

Meanwhile, Liverpool and Bayern Munich are actively pursuing managerial replacements following Alonso’s decision to remain at Leverkusen. Sporting CP’s Ruben Amorim emerges as a leading contender for the managerial position at Anfield, while German media speculates on a potential return of Julian Nagelsmann to Bayern Munich’s Allianz Arena.

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