Who did you think? Right coach for real Madrid in 2024!

Who did you think can coach real Madrid in 2024 after ancelotti leaves? Or should they renew the current coach contract?


There are several potential candidates to replace Carlo Ancelotti as the coach of Real Madrid in 2024.

Here are few-

Zinedine Zidane:

The Frenchman is currently being touted as a possible replacement for Ancelotti, owing to his success at the club and his good knowledge of the team.


  • Has already coached Real Madrid twice, leading the team to three consecutive Champions League titles from 2016 to 2018.
  • Has a good knowledge of the team.
  • Has a strong connection with the club and its fans.


  • Left the club after a trophy less season in 2021.
  • There are concerns about his ability to adapt to new challenges.

Xabi Alonso:

The former Real Madrid and Liverpool midfielder is currently the coach of Bayer Leverkusen. He has been mentioned as a viable successor to Ancelotti at Real Madrid, owing to his strong connection with the club and his impressive start to his coaching career.


  • Has a strong connection with Real Madrid, having played for the club for five seasons.
  • Has impressed in his coaching career so far, leading Bayer Leverkusen to a strong start to the season.
  • Has a good understanding of the club’s philosophy and style of play.


  • Has limited experience as a coach.

Julian Nagelsmann:

The German coach has been linked with Real Madrid ever since Bayern Munich sacked him in March.


  • Highly regarded in the football world and has already achieved a lot at a young age.
  • Has a good track record of developing young players.


  • Has no experience coaching in Spain.

Raul Gonzalez

Madrid native Raul retains iconic status for the Real Madrid fans after scoring 228 goals in 550 La Liga appearances as the focal point of the club’s attack from 1994 to 2010.

He tops the Real Madrid La Liga and all competitions appearance list and is third on the top scorer chart in behind Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema.

Following his retirement from playing, he was offered the Real Madrid Castilla (reserve) job in 2019 and has established a reputation for developing young talent in Valdebebas.

Insiders at the club have been impressed by Raul’s rise, and his links to the club’s past would be a strong factor, alongside a stellar playing reputation within the dressing room.

If Raul can replicate the instant player respect that fellow legend Zidane generated, he will be an option. But his lack of senior team experience is major drawback.



It has to be Xabi Alonso in my opinion. A true Madridsta that has already shown the world his capabilities at Bayern Leverkusen. Tactically astute and a very good manager overall. Would be interesting to see him manage Real Madrid after Ancelloti’s departure next summer.