Ready to move in Milan in case of bankruptcy. And there are excellent technicians looking for a project: Zizou would be at home in Turin after he excelled as a footballer. And in Rome there is a temptation…
Zinedine Zidane, Thomas Tuchel and Luis Enrique. Three great coaches who all have (at least) one Champions League under their belt and who give the great Italians interesting ideas if they decide to change their technical lead next season. Inter, Roma, Milan and Juventus, in strict order, could all be embroiled in a revolution on the bench if the year takes an unintended turn and given the club crests and Italian solutions (Conte remains one of the candidates for the Bianconeri, De Zerbi becomes Appreciated by the Giallorossi and Inter managers who also follow Thiago Motta’s growth) can be fascinated by international profiles such as that of the French, German and Spanish, still looking for a bank to rebuild them start career . Mandatory premise: The competition is fierce, coming from clubs that on paper can meet key market demands, but history teaches that despite the evident economic difficulties, our Serie A’s charm has not entirely faded. Massimiliano Allegri, to cite just one example, two summers ago chose to return to Juventus rather than accept Real Madrid’s courtship, while Roma’s project convinced José Mourinho, one of the most successful coaches in football history, return to Italy. Attention, then, to the negotiations that seem impossible in March and that in May-June…
The former Ballon d’Or saw the possibility of coaching the France national team dwindling and said no to the Seleçao hypothesis. He recently admitted “that he is free” but that he doesn’t know “for how long because things can change quickly. I want a new project: I need something to keep me busy”. If the season were to derail, there wouldn’t be a great European who wouldn’t think of Zizou and the three Champions Leagues he lifted to the skies in Madrid. Galtier hanging on the outcome of the eighth second leg against Bayern, starting from the first-leg loss at home; There has long been a proposition for Psg Zidane that could become a reality should there be another turnaround on the bench. Keep an eye on Chelsea too, with Potter in the midfield of the Premier League risking elimination in the knockout rounds of the Champions League tonight. However, for Zizou’s future, the temptation of an experience in the city that adopted him from 1996 to 2001: Turin should not be ruled out. Of course Juventus would be waiting for him. Assuming Juventus management decides not to continue with Allegri under contract until 2025 on a salary of 7million plus 2 bonuses per season. At this point, given the judicial investigation and the ‘dance’ penalty, the lady can’t offer any guarantees of a future in the Champions League or European Cup, but the link between the former number 10 and the Continassa club could be stronger than obstacles. Maybe with a four-year project like the one Allegri started in 2021…
The German stunned Europe by winning the Champions League with Chelsea in 2020-21 but the Blues’ new owners sacked him last September. He took a few months off and is now ready to get back in the fray. Along with Pochettino (at the top), he is the strong candidate for Real Madrid’s bench (Raul and Arbeloa are also in the running) if Ancelotti accepts the Brazilian FA court or if Florentino Perez decides not to last year respect the contract that binds him to the Italian coach in the absence of results. Tuchel has a strong international profile, having already managed Borussia Dortmund, PSG and the Blues in his career. The end of the adventure in London has left him bitter and he has a great desire for revenge. In Paris there are those who regret firing him too quickly, while in England rumors of him being courted by both Tottenham (if Conte doesn’t renew) and West Ham are common. Certainly, Tuchel also has admirers in Italy: Inter appreciate him and if Inzaghi’s season finale doesn’t live up to expectations, he can be included in the “casting” of Marotta and Ausilio; However, watch out for Roma who, if they don’t keep Mourinho, could be banking on a manager with a top club career.
And then there is the former Spain coach, who left the Red Furies after the World Cup in Qatar and is now looking for a club with an important project. There has been a talk with Atletico Madrid that the parties have not confirmed and that could only have a continuation if there is an amicable divorce between Simeone and the Colchoneros. Exempting Cholo, who earns over 20 million net per season, seems complicated. Luis Enrique is in love with Italy and if his return to Rome is impossible due to the negative experience of 2011-12, the Milan circuit will need to be monitored. With Pioli out of the top four, a revolution shouldn’t be dismissed and the former Spain coach, who has previously worked with Rossoneri director Frederic Massara in the capital, is not afraid to pursue policies that refer to talented youngsters .
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