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Real Madrid named Carlo Ancelotti as their new manager in June 2013, with the Italian leaving PSG in order to succeed Jose Mourinho at the Bernabeu. The Spanish giants are perhaps the most famous club in the world, and over the past few years have been going through Managers like socks. They are are always worth watching from a Managers point of view and this summer looks set to be know different.

Ancelotti's future is currently up in the air after Real Madrid missed out on both the Champions League and La Liga titles, ending their chances of winning major silverware this season. Zinedine Zidane is currently the frontrunner in the Next Real Madrid Manager Market, followed by the likes of Rafa Benitez, Jurgen Klopp, Fernando Hierro and Joachim Low.

Next Permanent Real Madrid Manager

Rafa Benitez

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8/15

Jurgen Klopp

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9/2

Jorge Jesus

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10/1

Zinedine Zidane

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12/1

Carlo Ancelotti

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12/1

Fernando Hierro

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20/1

Andre Villas-Boas

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25/1

Massimiliano Allegri

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25/1

Michael Laudrup

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25/1

Unai Emery

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25/1

Julen Lopetgui

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25/1

Jurgen Klinsmann

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33/1

Dragan Stojkovic

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33/1

Arsene Wenger

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33/1

Frank Rijkaard

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33/1

Sven Goran Eriksson

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33/1

Oscar Garcia

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33/1

Guus Hiddink

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33/1

Jose Mourinho

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33/1

Diego Simeone

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33/1

Manuel Pellegrini

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33/1

Paul Clement

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33/1

Ernesto Valverde

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33/1

Eusebio Sacristan

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33/1

Vicente del Bosque

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33/1

Antonio Conte

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33/1

Joachim Low

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33/1

Francisco Jemez

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33/1

Remi Garde

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33/1

Laurent Blanc

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33/1

Marcelo Bielsa

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33/1

Roberto Mancini

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33/1

Cesare Prandelli

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33/1

Roberto Martinez

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33/1

Fabio Capello

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33/1

Ronald Koeman

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33/1

Luciano Spalletti

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33/1

Frank de Boer

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33/1

Didier Deschamps

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40/1

Mauricio Pochettino

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40/1

Brendan Rodgers

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50/1

Louis Van Gaal

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50/1

Thierry Henry

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50/1

Patrick Kluivert

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66/1

Xavi Hernandez

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66/1

Carles Puyol

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66/1

Albert Ferrer

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66/1

Johan Cruyff

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66/1

Pep Guardiola

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66/1

Vitor Pereira

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66/1

Alex Ferguson

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66/1

Roy Keane

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66/1

Luis Enrique

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80/1

David Beckham

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100/1

David Moyes

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100/1

In recent times Madrid have spent vast sums of money on some of the world's best players with Ronaldo and Kaka joining the club in the Summer for World Record fees, with that though comes with increased pressure and so far the team have not quite gelled in European competition.

Any Manager wanting to take charge of Real Madrid will know that not only must they produce a winning team but they must produce a winning team that plays an attractive style of football. There have been any number of Managers in and out of the Bernabeu in recent times including Juande Ramos, Fabio Capello and Vicente Del Bosque who was famously sacked after one season despite winning the Champions League.

The key for any Manager who takes charge at Real Madrid over the next few year's will be success in the Champions League, they have continued over the past five years to fail to reach the latter stages of the tournament so a new Manager is likely to want to have a proven track record in the competition. The team are widely considered as the most successful club in world football having won La Liga 31 times and the Champions League nine times which is the current record and the fans and board are absolutely desperate for a 10th win in the Champions League sooner rather than later.

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