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Real Madrid wants Raul to become the next Zidane

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Real Madrid wants Raul to become the next Zidane. EFE

Real Madrid wants Raul to become the next Zidane

BeSoccer by BeSoccer @besoccer_com - 0 1,907

Real Madrid has given Raul Gonzalez Blanco their full confidence as he starts his new adventure as Real Madrid's reserves team, Real Madrid Castilla. The club's board is hoping Raul will follow Zinedine Zidane's steps and become a fully fledged, capable coach for them.

It seems Zinedine Zidane will not be out of a job any time soon. The Frenchman is on his second stint as Real Madrid's coach, and unless he quits or gets terrible results, it seems the job is his for as long as he wants it. 

At the moment, the legendary player is Real Madrid's knight in shining armour, the coach who will come to save the team and bring them success once again after an abysmal season with just the one title - a Club World Cup - and three different coaches in less than 10 months. 

And that's where Raul Gonzalez comes in. The former Real Madrid captain has been given the task to manage Real Madrid's reserves team Castilla, which will see him coach Takefusa Kubo, the "Japanese Messi", and occasionally Rodrygo who does not play full-time with the first team. 

Real Madrid has full confidence in Raul. No one doubts his ability as a coach, which he has already demonstrated in the club's youth categories. Now, Madrid's eternal '7' has an even tastier dish, in the Segunda B. He has the obligation of proving he has what it takes to eventually be a part of a first-rate bench.

Because in Madrid, according to 'Marca', they trust that Raul's evolution is identical to that of Zidane, who showed his virtues as a coach in Castilla before making the leap to the first team, after the dismissal of Rafa Benítez. Then came, among other titles, three consecutive Champions League wins.

Without putting an expiration date to the Frenchman's job, Raul is the Santiago Bernabéu future. Florentino Perez is not looking to replace Zidane just yet, but the club's intention is definitely to have Raul take his first steps as a coach in order to take over eventually. After all, he would be a great fit. He is loyal, knows the team like the palm of his hand and preserves that unforgettable aura for the fans. The perfect candidate. 

 

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