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Florian Wirtz is more likely to join Bayern Munich than Real Madrid

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Florian Wirtz - Real Madrid Midfielder Targets
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Florian Wirtz Likely to Choose Bayern Munich Over Real Madrid

Bayer Leverkusen’s prodigy, Florian Wirtz, has been at the center of intense transfer speculation, with Bayern Munich and Real Madrid leading the chase for his signature.

Despite the allure of joining the Spanish giants, Wirtz appears more inclined to stay within Germany, bolstering Bayern’s chances of securing the highly sought-after midfielder.

Wirtz, who played a pivotal role in Leverkusen’s triumphant 2023/24 season, has been a standout figure, contributing to their Bundesliga and DFB Pokal double.

His remarkable comeback from an ACL injury, with 38 goal involvements in 49 games, has caught the eye of Europe’s elite clubs.

Wirtz remained tight-lipped about his future as Euro 2024 approaches. However, his connection with Bayern’s Jamal Musiala and a reported desire to stay in Germany suggest that Bayern Munich has an advantage.

Wirtz and Musiala often joke about playing together, indicating a high level of mutual regard and a potential future club connection.

Manchester City and Liverpool have shown interest, but Bayern’s domestic advantage and the player’s need for familiar surroundings are significant factors in their favor. Meanwhile, reports in Spain regarding an informal deal with Real Madrid add to the interest, but they are speculative and lack clear facts.

Wirtz’s decision will likely come at the end of the 2024/25 season, with Leverkusen expecting him to stay for another year.

As the anticipation builds, Bayern Munich seems to be the front-runner, ready to welcome another German star into their ranks, potentially fortifying their dominance in both domestic and European competitions.

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Real Madrid interested in Man City forward Julian Alvarez amid Chelsea links

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Real Madrid could consider bidding for Manchester City's Julian Alvarez in 2024
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Julian Alvarez wants to join Los Blancos after leaving Manchester City, thus it looks like Real Madrid will have an advantage over Chelsea in the signing race. A report from The Athletic claims that Chelsea is interested in Julian Alvarez. Before the summer transfer window opens, the Blues are searching around for a striker.

When the Manchester City striker departs the Premier League winners, he would rather sign with Real Madrid than the West London team. There have been rumours circulating for the past few weeks suggesting that Julian Alvarez may be departing Manchester City in search of consistent playing time.

Julian Alvarez would prefer only Real Madrid over any other option

However, The Athletic claims that Alvarez’s ideal transfer would be to Real Madrid, despite the fact that a deal is unattainable given the teams already strong forward lineup. Since joining the Premier League in 2022 after leaving River Plate, Julian Alvarez has proven to be one of the top promising talents. In 54 appearances across all competitions, the 24-year-old racked up 19 goals and 13 assists during a fantastic 2023–24 campaign.

Rejecting rumours that he is trying to leave Manchester City, Julian Alvarez maintains that he is “comfortable and happy” at the Etihad Stadium. As they try to add summer additions for new manager Enzo Maresca, Chelsea is rumored to have shown interest in the 24-year-old, but Atletico Madrid is said to have already failed in their attempt to sign him.

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Real Madrid set to rival Chelsea for Sport Recife full-back

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Real Madrid set to rival Chelsea for Sport Recife full-back

Real Madrid target has been outstanding for Sport Recife in the Brazilian Serie B.

According to the report of AS, Real Madrid are ready to give competition to Chelsea for Sport Recife full-back Pedro Lima. It has been added that Los Blancos are showing interest in signing the Brazilian youngster this summer.

The teenager came through the ranks of the youth academy and has done very well. He is a vital player in his side. The 17-year-old has made 25 senior appearances for the Brazilian outfit, scoring two goals and providing two assists.

The right-back has been outstanding for Sport Recife in the Brazilian Serie B. He is currently amongst the best young players in Brazilian football.

Pedro Lima will see his contract expire in the summer of 2027. It will be tough for Los Blancos to sign this young man. He is a good dribbler with the ball on the right flank.

The Brazilian starlet would need time to settle into life in Spain if Real Madrid finds success in the summer window. He is just 17 years old and he could be a future prospect.

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Real Madrid offers new contract deadline for captain Nacho Fernandez

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Inter Milan look to sign Nacho from Real Madrid this summer
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There is just one uncertainty over Nacho Fernandez for Real Madrid now that Toni Kroos is gone, Luka Modric is staying, and Lucas Vazquez is expected to sign a new deal. In addition, the club captain’s current contract expires on June 30. He has not yet stated if he plans to extend it for an additional year.

Real Madrid won their 36th La Liga championship and their 15th Champions League triumph last weekend, which was led by their Nacho Fernandez. According to Marca, Real Madrid has taken the initiative to extend an offer to their captain in order to provide clarity on his future as soon as possible. They expect a response as part of this by the time Nacho’s current contract expires.

Real Madrid sets three-week deadline for Nacho new Contract Extension

After choosing not to sign a new deal with Madrid, the seasoned centre defender was certain to call it quits on his 23-year association with the team this summer. Given Real Madrid’s stance on players over 30, the 34-year-old had earlier appeared prepared to sign a fresh one-year contract, but the matter is still pending.

He is being followed by MLS teams, but for now, he has no interest in moving anywhere, and Real Madrid is willing to hold onto him. In the past, Carlo Ancelotti has expressed his desire for Nacho to stay with the team and made an effort to persuade the Spanish international to change his mind about leaving. After spending his whole career in Madrid’s system, Nacho will end his 12-year tenure with the first squad if he chooses to look into his alternatives elsewhere.

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Longest-Serving Real Madrid Managers Of All Time

Ancelotti wants to keep two Real Madrid stars in squad next season

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Edu Camavinga talks about Modric and Kroos influence
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In spite of reports of their departure, Carlo Ancelotti wants two Real Madrid midfield players to stay with the team as the summer transfer market draws near. The head coach of Real Madrid has made a choice involving Toni Kroos and Luka Modric, two of the team’s icons.

The Italian coach is said to rely on both central midfielders, according to The Athletic. Their contracts are due to expire in June, and he wants the club to renew them. The way Kroos and Modric have performed this season has delighted Ancelotti. He also thinks highly of the influence they offer the younger players at the club. Their behaviour and mentality serve as a model for all other Real Madrid players.

In order to have his contract with the team extended, Modric is reportedly even open to taking a pay cut and a substitute role. Modric has played in forty-three games this season, tallying eight assists and two goals. Kroos has played in 46 games with 1 goal and 9 assists.

Carlo Ancelotti also wants Real Madrid’s captain Nacho to stay despite exit rumours

According to reports, Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti begged Nacho, the team’s captain, not to go through with his plan to depart at the conclusion of the season. But he told the team early in the season that he would let his contract expire in order to pursue a new challenge, therefore his 23-year playing career with Los Blancos came to an end.

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Kylian Mbappe joins Real Madrid in record breaking free transfer

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Real Madrid submit their initial bid for Kylian Mbappe as Perez offers to improve the bid
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Kylian Mbappe, one of football’s brightest stars, has officially joined Real Madrid, marking the end of a long-anticipated move.

His contract with Los Merengues, starting on July 1, runs until 2029, allowing the French forward to focus on his national team duties for UEFA Euro 2024.

Describing the transfer as “a dream come true” on social media, Mbappe is poised to begin a new chapter at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Despite being a free transfer, the deal is financially monumental. Sky Sports labels it the “most expensive free transfer in history.”

The 25-year-old will receive a staggering signing bonus, estimated at €117 million by Sky Sports and €150 million by the BBC. This bonus, spread over his five-year contract, highlights the value Real Madrid places on Mbappé.

Annually, Mbappe will earn €15 million, a significant decrease from his €70 million PSG salary.

However, adding the annual portion of his signing bonus elevates his total earnings to between €35 and €45 million per year. His contract also includes numerous performance-related bonuses, reinforcing Real Madrid’s commitment to success.

A notable aspect of Mbappé’s deal is the retention of 80% of his image rights, a privilege last afforded to Cristiano Ronaldo in 2009.

This arrangement not only underscores Mbappé’s marketability but also his pivotal role in Real Madrid’s future branding and visibility.

The transfer saga, however, has left a complicated legacy with Paris Saint-Germain. Reports indicate that PSG owes Mbappé €80 million, a figure tied to unpaid bonuses and salary.

The tensions between Mbappé and PSG president Nasser al-Khelaifi add a layer of drama to the striker’s departure.

While Mbappe’s journey with Real Madrid begins, his story with PSG remains unresolved. The football world eagerly watches as Mbappé steps onto the field for Real Madrid, hoping to lead the club to new heights.

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Longest-Serving Real Madrid Managers Of All Time

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Longest-Serving Real Madrid Managers Of All Time

Longest-Serving Real Madrid Managers Ever!

Who are the longest-serving Real Madrid manager listmakers? Do you have any idea who they could be?

We will talk about the longest-serving Real Madrid managers over here! Some names are a blast from the past while others are relatively new. Let us sit and discuss about the Longest-Serving Real Madrid Manager!

Here we look at the Longest-Serving Real Madrid Manager of all-time. We will look throughout history of Real Madrid past managers to find out who were the best.

When you think of Longest-Serving Real Madrid Manager, Rafael Benitez probably comes to mind (depending on your age). But you’ll be surprised to find out that others like Carlo Ancelotti doesn’t even reach the top 5 longest-serving Real Madrid managers.

First, dont you want to know who all the Real Madrid bosses have been? Check out the following list!

Now that we know who have managed Real Madrid in their rich century old history, let us check out the legendary bosses who have been there for the longest time!

Full Real Madrid Managers List

Since it’s inception in 1902, Real Madrid have had 40 full-time managers.

Name From To W D L
Arthur Johnson 1910 1920 11 3 9
Juan de Cárcer 1920 1926 10 2 10
Pedro Llorente (Interim) 1926 1926 0 0 0
Santiago Bernabéu 1926 1927 5 0 3
José Berraondo 1927 1929 27 4 10
José Quirante 1929 1930 7 3 8
Lippo Hertzka 1930 1932 26 15 11
Robert Firth 1932 1934 30 5 10
Francisco Bru 1934 1941 71 13 34
Juan Armet 1941 Sep-43 23 7 16
Ramón Encinas Sep-43 May-45 45 15 24
Jacinto Quincoces May-45 Mar-46 18 10 7
Baltasar Albéniz Mar-46 Apr-47 18 5 12
Jacinto Quincoces Apr-47 Jan-48 5 4 8
Michael Keeping Jan-48 Oct-50 37 20 25
Baltasar Albéniz Oct-50 Mar-51 7 2 7
Héctor Scarone Mar-51 Apr-52 25 10 13
Juan Antonio Ipiña Apr-52 May-53 21 2 11
Enrique Fernández May-53 10-Dec-54 31 8 11
José Villalonga 10-Dec-54 Jun-57 66 14 25
Luis Carniglia Jun-57 19-Feb-59 48 11 9
Miguel Muñoz 21-Feb-59 13-Apr-59 5 2 2
Luis Carniglia 13-Apr-59 Jul-59 8 1 4
Manuel Fleitas Jul-59 12-Apr-60 23 4 6
Miguel Muñoz 13-Apr-60 15-Jan-74 352 126 117
Luis Molowny 15-Jan-74 May-74 13 2 8
Miljan Miljanić May-74 07-Sep-77 67 36 31
Luis Molowny 07-Sep-77 Jun-79 51 24 15
Vujadin Boškov Jun-79 29-Mar-82 80 31 28
Luis Molowny 29-Mar-82 30-Jun-82 4 1 1
Alfredo Di Stéfano 01-Jul-82 22-May-84 63 23 22
Amancio Amaro 22-May-84 16-Apr-85 19 13 15
Luis Molowny 16-Apr-85 30-Jun-86 39 7 15
Leo Beenhakker 01-Jul-86 30-Jun-89 107 40 22
John Toshack 01-Jul-89 19-Nov-90 41 15 8
Alfredo Di Stéfano 21-Nov-90 22-Mar-91 9 3 9
Radomir Antić 22-Mar-91 27-Jan-92 27 6 6
Leo Beenhakker 27-Jan-92 29-Jun-92 14 7 7
Benito Floro 01-Jul-92 07-Mar-94 52 21 19
Vicente del Bosque 07-Mar-94 30-Jun-94 5 2 5
Jorge Valdano 01-Jul-94 21-Jan-96 39 17 22
Vicente del Bosque 21-Jan-96 24-Jan-96 1 0 0
Arsenio Iglesias 24-Jan-96 29-May-96 11 4 6
Fabio Capello 01-Jul-96 24-Jun-97 31 12 5
Jupp Heynckes 25-Jun-97 28-May-98 26 15 12
José Antonio Camacho 17-Jun-98 09-Jul-98 0 0 0
Guus Hiddink 15-Jul-98 23-Feb-99 19 4 11
John Toshack 24-Feb-99 17-Nov-99 19 9 9
Vicente del Bosque 17-Nov-99 23-Jun-03 127 56 50
Carlos Queiroz 25-Jun-03 24-May-04 34 11 14
José Antonio Camacho 25-May-04 20-Sep-04 4 0 2
Mariano García Remón 20-Sep-04 30-Dec-04 12 4 4
Vanderlei Luxemburgo 30-Dec-04 04-Dec-05 28 7 10
Juan Ramón López Caro 04-Dec-05 01-Jun-06 12 9 3
Fabio Capello 05-Jul-06 28-Jun-07 28 12 10
Bernd Schuster 09-Jul-07 09-Dec-08 44 9 22
Juande Ramos 09-Dec-08 01-Jun-09 18 1 8
Manuel Pellegrini 02-Jun-09 26-May-10 36 5 7
José Mourinho 31-May-10 01-Jun-13 128 28 22
Carlo Ancelotti 25-Jun-13 25-May-15 89 14 16
Rafael Benítez 03-Jun-15 04-Jan-16 17 5 3
Zinedine Zidane 04-Jan-16 31-May-18 104 29 16
Julen Lopetegui 12-Jun-18 29-Oct-18 6 2 6
Santiago Solari 30-Oct-18 11-Mar-19 22 2 8
Zinedine Zidane 11-Mar-19 27-May-21 69 25 20
Carlo Ancelotti 1-Jun-2021 Present 121
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Top 5 Longest-Serving Real Madrid Managers

Here are the top 5 longest-serving Real Madrid managers of all time –

5. Leo Beenhakker – July 1986 to June 1989

Leo Beenhakker is a Dutch football manager who is revered for his work at both club and international level. He led both Ajax and Feyenoord to league titles during his reign as a manager. With Real, he won the three La Liga titles, a Copa del Rey and two Spanish Cups.

In just one year of coaching Trinidad And Tobago, he took them to the 2006 FIFA World Cup. He also coached Poland to the 2008 UEFA European Championship. Beenhakker earned the nickname Don Leo in Spanish football because of his fondness for cigars and dry humour.

4. Jose Mourinho – May 2010 to June 2013

 

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Jose Mourinho’s stint at Real Madrid was not exactly his most successful but it was definitely iconic. The Portuguese tactician was praised for breaking Barcelona’s uber-domination under Pep Guardiola. After taking a 5-0 humbling for their rivals early on in Mourinho’s reign, the Galacticos came back to win the La Liga title in 2012.

Mourinho stayed for one more season but after some disagreements behind the scenes, he decided to leave for a second stint with Chelsea. What he left behind at Madrid was memories of one of the most devastating counter-attacking teams in world football.

3. Zinedine Zidane – January 2016 to May 2018 & March 2019 to Present

 

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Zinedine Zidane is the current manager of Real Madrid and one of their longest-serving. He managed the club for 149 games in his first stint, winning three consecutive Champions League trophies, a La Liga title, two UEFA Super Cups and two Club World Cups.

He left in May 2018 after an overwhelming period in his managerial career only to return ten months later. Real had just overseen a disastrous period under Zidane’s replacement, Julen Loptegui and had no one else qualified to take charge.

After much convincing, the Frenchman was brought back and he immediately guided the club back to another La Liga title.

2. Vicente del Bosque – November 1999 to June 2023

Top 5 Longest-Serving Real Madrid Managers Del Bosque

Vicente del Bosque is one of the most reputed figures in football coaching with plenty of honours under his belt. He made over 400 appearances for Real, winning five La Liga titles and four Copas del Rey. As a manager, Bosque won two La Liga titles with Real along with two Champions League trophies and an UEFA Super Cup.

Till date he is the only football manager to have won the Champions League, the European Championship, and the World Cup, as well as the Intercontinental Cup.

1. Miguel Muñoz – April 1960 to January 1974

Miguel Munoz managed Real Madrid for 15 long years, winning nine La Liga titles, two Copa del Rey trophies, two European Cup titles and one Intercontinental Cup. He is also the club’s most successful manager till date.

Munoz’s association with Real was long and highly decorated ever since he was a player. He spent 10 years as a Galactico featuring in their midfield. After retirement in 1959, he moved into management guiding Los Blancos to further honours.

He also coached the Spanish national team on two occasions, the second time after their exit from the 1982 World Cup on home soil. He led them to the 1984 Euros finals but finished as a runner-up. He also saw a quarter-final finish in the next World Cup.

Munoz passed away a footballing legend at the age of 68 in 1990.

Current Manager- Carlo Ancelotti

Current Manager- Carlo Ancelotti
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The Italian is serving his second stint with the club and he had a successful start. His winning percentage is around 75 in more than 100 matches. His most recent title was the Copa del Rey 2023. The four-time Champions winning coach is under pressure at Madrid as Real Madrid would lose out on the La Liga trophy this campaign. In 2023/24, he made history by winning La Liga, Champions League and Supercopa de Espana.

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Top 5 Real Madrid Managers With The Best Win Percentage

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Top 5 Real Madrid Managers With The Best Win Percentage Ever

Top 5 Real Madrid managers with the best win percentage ever? The five Real Madrid managers with the highest win percentage ever? Here, we look at the top five Real Madrid managers with the most wins ever. Who are the top five Real Madrid managers with the top win percentages? Real Madrid is a club with rich history in world football. It will be interesting to read about the men who have led them through those successful times.

Top 5 Real Madrid Managers With The Best Win Percentage

Real Madrid Manager With Best Win Percentage Ever

Here, we look at all Real Madrid past managers. Carlo Ancelotti, Jose Mourinho, Vicente del Bosque. What do all these Real Madrid managers have in common? Well, they all managed Real Madrid for starters. But also, they have some of the highest win percentages ever for the club. So, here we will find out exactly who the top five Real Madrid managers with the best win percentage are ever.

Real Madrid have had 40 managers throughout their history. So, which five managers have won the most at Real Madrid? Here, we find out. We will examine all Real Madrid football managers. All Real Madrid managers have had their chance and some have succeeded and some haven’t. So who are the Real Madrid past managers? And who are the Real Madrid managers with the best win percentage – best Real Madrid managers? Well, we are about to find out.

Manager From To G W D L GF GA Win% Honours
Arthur Johnson 1910 1920 23 11 3 9 48 39 47.83 1 Copa del Rey
Juan de Cárcer 1920 1926 22 10 2 10 38 45 45.45  
Pedro Llorente (Interim) 1926 1926 0 0 0 0 0 0  
Santiago Bernabéu 1926 1927 8 5 0 3 31 15 62.5  
José Berraondo 1927 1929 41 27 4 10 115 58 65.85  
José Quirante 1929 1930 18 7 3 8 45 42 38.89  
Lippo Hertzka 1930 1932 52 26 15 11 95 58 50 1 La Liga
Robert Firth 1932 1934 45 30 5 10 126 52 66.67 1 La Liga
Francisco Bru 1934 1941 118 71 13 34 290 152 60.17 2 Copa del Rey
Juan Armet 1941 Sep-43 46 23 7 16 96 72 50  
Ramón Encinas Sep-43 May-45 84 45 15 24 199 126 53.57  
Jacinto Quincoces May-45 Mar-46 35 18 10 7 70 37 51.43 1 Copa del Rey
Baltasar Albéniz Mar-46 Apr-47 35 18 5 12 82 66 51.43 1 Copa del Rey
Jacinto Quincoces Apr-47 Jan-48 17 5 4 8 32 41 29.41  
Michael Keeping Jan-48 Oct-50 82 37 20 25 192 153 45.12 1 Copa Eva Duarte
Baltasar Albéniz Oct-50 Mar-51 16 7 2 7 41 37 43.75  
Héctor Scarone Mar-51 Apr-52 48 25 10 13 113 73 52.08  
Juan Antonio Ipiña Apr-52 May-53 34 21 2 11 82 57 61.76  
Enrique Fernández May-53 10-Dec-54 50 31 8 11 126 60 62 1 La Liga
José Villalonga 10-Dec-54 Jun-57 105 66 14 25 269 141 62.86 2 La Liga
2 European Cup
Luis Carniglia Jun-57 19-Feb-59 68 48 11 9 178 58 70.59 1 La Liga
1 European Cup
Miguel Muñoz 21-Feb-59 13-Apr-59 9 5 2 2 31 9 55.56  
Luis Carniglia 13-Apr-59 Jul-59 13 8 1 4 28 16 61.54 1 European Cup
Manuel Fleitas Jul-59 12-Apr-60 33 23 4 6 109 42 69.7  
Miguel Muñoz 13-Apr-60 15-Jan-74 595 352 126 117 1,194 553 59.16 9 La Liga
2 Copa del Rey
2 European Cup
1 Intercontinental Cup
Luis Molowny 15-Jan-74 May-74 23 13 2 8 49 26 56.52 1 Copa del Rey
Miljan Miljanić May-74 7-Sep-77 134 67 36 31 231 150 50 2 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
Luis Molowny 7-Sep-77 Jun-79 90 51 24 15 196 94 56.67 2 La Liga
Vujadin Boškov Jun-79 29-Mar-82 139 80 31 28 249 136 57.55 1 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
Luis Molowny 29-Mar-82 30-Jun-82 6 4 1 1 11 7 66.67 1 Copa del Rey
Alfredo Di Stéfano 1-Jul-82 22-May-84 108 63 23 22 192 113 58.33  
Amancio Amaro 22-May-84 16-Apr-85 47 19 13 15 69 52 40.43  
Luis Molowny 16-Apr-85 30-Jun-86 61 39 7 15 137 67 63.93 1 La Liga
1 Copa de la Liga
2 UEFA Cup
Leo Beenhakker 1-Jul-86 30-Jun-89 169 107 40 22 357 158 63.31 3 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
2 Supercopa de España
John Toshack 1-Jul-89 19-Nov-90 64 41 15 8 161 56 64.06 1 La Liga
Alfredo Di Stéfano 21-Nov-90 22-Mar-91 21 9 3 9 32 22 42.86 1 Supercopa de España
Radomir Antić 22-Mar-91 27-Jan-92 39 27 6 6 84 32 69.23  
Leo Beenhakker 27-Jan-92 29-Jun-92 28 14 7 7 47 27 50  
Benito Floro 1-Jul-92 7-Mar-94 92 52 21 19 165 90 56.52 1 Copa del Rey
1 Supercopa de España
Vicente del Bosque 7-Mar-94 30-Jun-94 12 5 2 5 24 23 41.67  
Jorge Valdano 1-Jul-94 21-Jan-96 78 39 17 22 142 87 50 1 La Liga
Vicente del Bosque 21-Jan-96 24-Jan-96 1 1 0 0 5 0 100  
Arsenio Iglesias 24-Jan-96 29-May-96 21 11 4 6 33 22 52.38  
Fabio Capello 1-Jul-96 24-Jun-97 48 31 12 5 96 41 64.58 1 La Liga
Jupp Heynckes 25-Jun-97 28-May-98 53 26 15 12 92 55 49.06 1 Supercopa de España
1 UEFA Champions League
José Antonio Camacho 17-Jun-98 9-Jul-98 0 0 0 0 0 0  
Guus Hiddink 15-Jul-98 23-Feb-99 34 19 4 11 73 48 55.88 1 Intercontinental Cup
John Toshack 24-Feb-99 17-Nov-99 37 19 9 9 73 62 51.35  
Vicente del Bosque 17-Nov-99 23-Jun-03 233 127 56 50 461 267 54.51 2 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
2 UEFA Champions League
1 UEFA Super Cup
1 Intercontinental Cup
Carlos Queiroz 25-Jun-03 24-May-04 59 34 11 14 113 76 57.63 1 Supercopa de España
José Antonio Camacho 25-May-04 20-Sep-04 6 4 0 2 7 5 66.67  
Mariano García Remón 20-Sep-04 30-Dec-04 20 12 4 4 37 18 60  
Vanderlei Luxemburgo 30-Dec-04 4-Dec-05 45 28 7 10 83 45 62.22  
Juan Ramón López Caro 4-Dec-05 1-Jun-06 24 12 9 3 41 25 50  
Fabio Capello 5-Jul-06 28-Jun-07 50 28 12 10 91 55 56 1 La Liga
Bernd Schuster 9-Jul-07 9-Dec-08 75 44 9 22 156 100 58.67 1 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
Juande Ramos 9-Dec-08 1-Jun-09 27 18 1 8 53 34 66.67  
Manuel Pellegrini 2-Jun-09 26-May-10 48 36 5 7 119 48 75  
José Mourinho 31-May-10 1-Jun-13 178 128 28 22 475 168 71.91 1 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
1 Supercopa de España
Carlo Ancelotti 25-Jun-13 25-May-15 119 89 14 16 323 103 74.79 1 Copa del Rey
1 UEFA Champions League
1 UEFA Super Cup
1 FIFA Club World Cup
Rafael Benítez 3-Jun-15 4-Jan-16 25 17 5 3 69 22 68  
Zinedine Zidane 4-Jan-16 31-May-18 149 104 29 16 393 160 69.8 1 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
3 UEFA Champions League
2 UEFA Super Cup
2 FIFA Club World Cup
Julen Lopetegui 12 June 2018[3] 29-Oct-18 14 6 2 6 21 20 42.86  
Santiago Solari 30-Oct-18 11-Mar-19 32 22 2 8 71 37 68.75 1 FIFA Club World Cup
Zinedine Zidane 11 March 2019[4] 27-May-21 114 69 25 20 207 104 60.53 1 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
Carlo Ancelotti 1 June 2021[5] present 172 121 28 23 379 165 70.35 2 La Liga, 1 Copa del Rey, 2 Supercopa de España
2 Champions League, 1 Super Cup, 1 Club World Cup 

Top 5 Real Madrid Managers With The Best Win Percentage Ever

Top Real Madrid managers list. Former Real Madrid managers? Here are the best Real Madrid managers ever and the top Real Madrid managers in past ten years.

Top 5 Real Madrid Managers With The Best Win Percentage

5. Jose Villalonga

Jose Villalonga led Real Madrid to their second consecutive La Liga title in his first season in charge. That was from a man who started out as a physical education teacher to become the first coach ever to win the European Cup.

He found success with the likes of Alfredo di Stefano, Raymond Kopa, and captain Miguel Munoz to lift the holy grail of club football. He is still the youngest man to win the crown. He departed the club with a total of six trophies under his name.

Villalonga liked skilled and technical players, putting an emphasis on players’ fitness at the time.

4. Vicente Del Bosque

Vicente Del Bosque is a legendary figure in coaching, having won the World Cup with Spani and two European Championships. He coached some of the best attacking players in football history and managed their flair with the grit and engine of Steve McManaman, Geremi, and Claudio Makelele during the Galacticos era. His side was full of flair and creativity with Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo, and Ronaldo in attack.

Del Bosque led the club to two Champions League titles in his first three seasons in charge. He also saw the club win 2 La Liga titles, a UEFA Super Cup and Intercontinental Cup.

3. Carlo Ancelotti

It was a real shame that Carlo Ancelotti was not allowed to stay on at Real Madrid beyond two seasons. The Italian boss took a Real team with an attacking line-up of Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo and delivered a treble.

He came back again when Real Madrid sacked Zidane after season 2020/21. Real Madrid lost the title to Atletico Madrid and they failed to perform in the Champions League. Ancelotti did wonder in his very first season in his second spell at Los Blancos. He helped Real Madrid to win La Liga in 2021/22 and also won Supercopa de Espana. Under him, Real Madrid won the Champions League title. 

In 2022/23, he won the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup. He completed his trophy cabinet by winning the Copa del Rey after ending the club’s wait for 12 years. In 2023/24, he completed a historic treble by winning the La Liga, Supercopa and Champions League. 

2. Zinedine Zidane

Zinedine Zidane’s first stint at Real Madrid was nothing short of magical. With Cristiano Ronaldo leading the line and a team brimming with pace, the Frenchman led the Galacticos to three consecutive Champions League trophies.

During that period, Real played some exemplary football with some of the best cast in football.

1. Miguel Munoz

The Madrid native Miguel Munoz took on the job of head coach in April of 1960. He had a tough task of beating Barcelona’s dominant run that season both in the league and in Europe. His side beat the Catalan rivals 6-2 in the European Cup semi-finals on aggregate. He led the Galacticos to three more European Cup finals but won just one of them in 1966.

Munoz’s impact was legendary as he saw Los Blancos through a decade of domestic dominance, winning 5 consecutive La Liga titles and 8 in 10 seasons. He stressed on discipline and technical gameplay, definitely becoming one of Real Madrid most attacking managers ever.

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Top 5 Real Madrid Most Attacking Managers Of All Time

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Top 5 Real Madrid Most Attacking Managers Of All Time

Real Madrid Most Attacking Managers

Real Madrid most attacking managers? Here we take a look at the most attack-minded Real-Madrid managers. Which Real Madrid managers have created the best attacking style of football? Which Real Madrid managers have created the most amount of goals? Well, find out below with our Real Madrid most attacking managers.
Real Madrid Most Attacking Managers
Which Real Madrid managers have created the most offensive, attacking style of football? There have been many managers in the last decade or so since players like Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane and Raul was still playing for the club. The Galacticos are known to recruit the world’s top talents for high transfer fees to win more trophies.

So, which managers at Real-Madrid have been more attacking? Well, here we will look at the top five Real Madrid most attacking managers.

Full List Of Real Madrid Managers

We have compiled a list of Real Madrid most attacking managers. You can take a look at their goals and trophy records to determine so – (updated on Mar 06, 2023)

Manager From To G W D L GF GA Win% Honours
Arthur Johnson 1910 1920 23 11 3 9 48 39 47.83 1 Copa del Rey
Juan de Cárcer 1920 1926 22 10 2 10 38 45 45.45
Pedro Llorente (Interim) 1926 1926 0 0 0 0 0 0
Santiago Bernabéu 1926 1927 8 5 0 3 31 15 62.5
José Berraondo 1927 1929 41 27 4 10 115 58 65.85
José Quirante 1929 1930 18 7 3 8 45 42 38.89
Lippo Hertzka 1930 1932 52 26 15 11 95 58 50 1 La Liga
Robert Firth 1932 1934 45 30 5 10 126 52 66.67 1 La Liga
Francisco Bru 1934 1941 118 71 13 34 290 152 60.17 2 Copa del Rey
Juan Armet 1941 Sep-43 46 23 7 16 96 72 50
Ramón Encinas Sep-43 May-45 84 45 15 24 199 126 53.57
Jacinto Quincoces May-45 Mar-46 35 18 10 7 70 37 51.43 1 Copa del Rey
Baltasar Albéniz Mar-46 Apr-47 35 18 5 12 82 66 51.43 1 Copa del Rey
Jacinto Quincoces Apr-47 Jan-48 17 5 4 8 32 41 29.41
Michael Keeping Jan-48 Oct-50 82 37 20 25 192 153 45.12 1 Copa Eva Duarte
Baltasar Albéniz Oct-50 Mar-51 16 7 2 7 41 37 43.75
Héctor Scarone Mar-51 Apr-52 48 25 10 13 113 73 52.08
Juan Antonio Ipiña Apr-52 May-53 34 21 2 11 82 57 61.76
Enrique Fernández May-53 10-Dec-54 50 31 8 11 126 60 62 1 La Liga
José Villalonga 10-Dec-54 Jun-57 105 66 14 25 269 141 62.86 2 La Liga
2 European Cup
Luis Carniglia Jun-57 19-Feb-59 68 48 11 9 178 58 70.59 1 La Liga
1 European Cup
Miguel Muñoz 21-Feb-59 13-Apr-59 9 5 2 2 31 9 55.56
Luis Carniglia 13-Apr-59 Jul-59 13 8 1 4 28 16 61.54 1 European Cup
Manuel Fleitas Jul-59 12-Apr-60 33 23 4 6 109 42 69.7
Miguel Muñoz 13-Apr-60 15-Jan-74 595 352 126 117 1,194 553 59.16 9 La Liga
2 Copa del Rey
2 European Cup
1 Intercontinental Cup
Luis Molowny 15-Jan-74 May-74 23 13 2 8 49 26 56.52 1 Copa del Rey
Miljan Miljanić May-74 7-Sep-77 134 67 36 31 231 150 50 2 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
Luis Molowny 7-Sep-77 Jun-79 90 51 24 15 196 94 56.67 2 La Liga
Vujadin Boškov Jun-79 29-Mar-82 139 80 31 28 249 136 57.55 1 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
Luis Molowny 29-Mar-82 30-Jun-82 6 4 1 1 11 7 66.67 1 Copa del Rey
Alfredo Di Stéfano 1-Jul-82 22-May-84 108 63 23 22 192 113 58.33
Amancio Amaro 22-May-84 16-Apr-85 47 19 13 15 69 52 40.43
Luis Molowny 16-Apr-85 30-Jun-86 61 39 7 15 137 67 63.93 1 La Liga
1 Copa de la Liga
2 UEFA Cup
Leo Beenhakker 1-Jul-86 30-Jun-89 169 107 40 22 357 158 63.31 3 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
2 Supercopa de España
John Toshack 1-Jul-89 19-Nov-90 64 41 15 8 161 56 64.06 1 La Liga
Alfredo Di Stéfano 21-Nov-90 22-Mar-91 21 9 3 9 32 22 42.86 1 Supercopa de España
Radomir Antić 22-Mar-91 27-Jan-92 39 27 6 6 84 32 69.23
Leo Beenhakker 27-Jan-92 29-Jun-92 28 14 7 7 47 27 50
Benito Floro 1-Jul-92 7-Mar-94 92 52 21 19 165 90 56.52 1 Copa del Rey
1 Supercopa de España
Vicente del Bosque 7-Mar-94 30-Jun-94 12 5 2 5 24 23 41.67
Jorge Valdano 1-Jul-94 21-Jan-96 78 39 17 22 142 87 50 1 La Liga
Vicente del Bosque 21-Jan-96 24-Jan-96 1 1 0 0 5 0 100
Arsenio Iglesias 24-Jan-96 29-May-96 21 11 4 6 33 22 52.38
Fabio Capello 1-Jul-96 24-Jun-97 48 31 12 5 96 41 64.58 1 La Liga
Jupp Heynckes 25-Jun-97 28-May-98 53 26 15 12 92 55 49.06 1 Supercopa de España
1 UEFA Champions League
José Antonio Camacho 17-Jun-98 9-Jul-98 0 0 0 0 0 0
Guus Hiddink 15-Jul-98 23-Feb-99 34 19 4 11 73 48 55.88 1 Intercontinental Cup
John Toshack 24-Feb-99 17-Nov-99 37 19 9 9 73 62 51.35
Vicente del Bosque 17-Nov-99 23-Jun-03 233 127 56 50 461 267 54.51 2 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
2 UEFA Champions League
1 UEFA Super Cup
1 Intercontinental Cup
Carlos Queiroz 25-Jun-03 24-May-04 59 34 11 14 113 76 57.63 1 Supercopa de España
José Antonio Camacho 25-May-04 20-Sep-04 6 4 0 2 7 5 66.67
Mariano García Remón 20-Sep-04 30-Dec-04 20 12 4 4 37 18 60
Vanderlei Luxemburgo 30-Dec-04 4-Dec-05 45 28 7 10 83 45 62.22
Juan Ramón López Caro 4-Dec-05 1-Jun-06 24 12 9 3 41 25 50
Fabio Capello 5-Jul-06 28-Jun-07 50 28 12 10 91 55 56 1 La Liga
Bernd Schuster 9-Jul-07 9-Dec-08 75 44 9 22 156 100 58.67 1 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
Juande Ramos 9-Dec-08 1-Jun-09 27 18 1 8 53 34 66.67
Manuel Pellegrini 2-Jun-09 26-May-10 48 36 5 7 119 48 75
José Mourinho 31-May-10 1-Jun-13 178 128 28 22 475 168 71.91 1 La Liga
1 Copa del Rey
1 Supercopa de España
Carlo Ancelotti 25-Jun-13 25-May-15 119 89 14 16 323 103 74.79 1 Copa del Rey
1 UEFA Champions League
1 UEFA Super Cup
1 FIFA Club World Cup
Rafael Benítez 3-Jun-15 4-Jan-16 25 17 5 3 69 22 68
Zinedine Zidane 4-Jan-16 31-May-18 149 104 29 16 393 160 69.8 1 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
3 UEFA Champions League
2 UEFA Super Cup
2 FIFA Club World Cup
Julen Lopetegui 12 June 2018[3] 29-Oct-18 14 6 2 6 21 20 42.86
Santiago Solari 30-Oct-18 11-Mar-19 32 22 2 8 71 37 68.75 1 FIFA Club World Cup
Zinedine Zidane 11 March 2019[4] 27-May-21 114 69 25 20 207 104 60.53 1 La Liga
1 Supercopa de España
Carlo Ancelotti 1 June 2021[5] present 172 121 28 23 379 165 70.35 2 La Liga, 1 Copa del Rey, 2 Supercopa de España
2 Champions League, 1 Super Cup, 1 Club World Cup

Top 5 Real Madrid Most Attacking Managers Of All Time

Top 5 Real Madrid Most Attacking Managers

5. Jose Villalonga

Jose Villalonga led Real Madrid to their second consecutive La Liga title in his first season in charge. That was from a man who started out as a physical education teacher to become the first coach ever to win the European Cup.

He found success with the likes of Alfredo di Stefano, Raymond Kopa, and captain Miguel Munoz to lift the holy grail of club football. He is still the youngest man to win the crown. He departed the club with a total of six trophies under his name.

Villalonga liked skilled and technical players, putting an emphasis on players’ fitness at the time.

4. Vicente Del Bosque

Vicente Del Bosque is a legendary figure in coaching, having won the World Cup with Spani and two European Championships. He coached some of the best attacking players in football history and managed their flair with the grit and engine of Steve McManaman, Geremi, and Claudio Makelele during the Galacticos era. His side was full of flair and creativity with Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo, and Ronaldo in attack.

Del Bosque led the club to two Champions League titles in his first three seasons in charge. He also saw the club win 2 La Liga titles, a UEFA Super Cup and Intercontinental Cup.

3. Carlo Ancelotti

It was a real shame that Carlo Ancelotti was not allowed to stay on at Real Madrid beyond two seasons. The Italian boss took a Real team with an attacking line-up of Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo and delivered a treble.

He came back again when Real Madrid sacked Zidane after season 2020/21. Real Madrid lost the title to Atletico Madrid and they failed to perform in the Champions League. Ancelotti did wonder in his very first season in his second spell at Los Blancos. He helped Real Madrid to win La Liga in 2021/22 and also won Supercopa de Espana. They won Champions League, followed by Super Cup and Club World Cup. In 2023/24, he made history by winning La Liga, Champions League and Supercopa de Espana.

2. Zinedine Zidane

Zinedine Zidane’s first stint at Real Madrid was nothing short of magical. With Cristiano Ronaldo leading the line and a team brimming with pace, the Frenchman led the Galacticos to three consecutive Champions League trophies.

During that period, Real played some exemplary football with some of the best cast in football.

1. Miguel Munoz

The Madrid native Miguel Munoz took on the job of head coach in April of 1960. He had a tough task of beating Barcelona’s dominant run that season both in the league and in Europe. His side beat the Catalan rivals 6-2 in the European Cup semi-finals on aggregate. He led the Galacticos to three more European Cup finals but won just one of them in 1966.

Munoz’s impact was legendary as he saw Los Blancos through a decade of domestic dominance, winning 5 consecutive La Liga titles and 8 in 10 seasons. He stressed on discipline and technical gameplay, definitely becoming one of Real Madrid most attacking managers ever.
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OFFICIAL: Real Madrid confirm signing of Kylian Mbappe on a free transfer

Kylian Mbappe moved to the Spanish capital on a free transfer.

Real Madrid have officially confirmed the signing of Kylian Mbappe on a free transfer. The Frenchman signed a five-year contract at Bernabeu. This whole transfer drama came to an end which has been going on from the last two years.

Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano confirmed that a deal has been in place since February, with Mbappe running down his contract at Paris Saint-Germain.

Los Blancos waited for the Champions League final to announce the signing of Mbappe. The French forward moved to the Spanish capital on a free transfer.

Real Madrid confirmed, via a statement on their official website, “Real Madrid CF and Kylian Mbappe have reached an agreement whereby he will be a Real Madrid player for the next five seasons.”


former PSG forward will receive in excess of €100m as a signing bonus, and he is also expected to become the highest-paid player in the Spanish capital.

Mbappe will now move to Germany for Euro 2024 campaign where he will join France national team. Later, he will join Real Madrid on the pre-season.

“Nobody can understand how excited I am right now!” Mbappe posted on Instagram. “A dream come true. So happy and proud to join the club of my dreams.”

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