LONDON – The news team rift Real Madrid coach Mourinho’s departure and the issue was directly led to various speculations. This time Arsenal coach, Arsene Wenger said to be the strongest candidate to replace Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho.
The news was first reported by the Daily Mail, Wednesday (25/01/2012) they reported that Wenger will fill the seat coaching Real Madrid to replace Mourinho. In fact, the former Chelsea coach was expected to survive at the Santiago Bernabeu until the end of the season only.
This stems from Madrid earned a 1-2 defeat of Barcelona, Mourinho reportedly began to lose respect from his players. In fact, until there is argument between players and coaches after the game and during practice sessions.
As with Mourinho, Wenger on Arsenal’s position was critical after his team was defeated 2-1 by rivals, Manchester United. This is compounded by the vote of no confidence from the fans to the Frenchman to a handful of fans asking him to resign as coach.
Two situations that are shared by the cornerstone of British media said Wenger became the strongest candidate in Madrid coach next season. In fact, Wenger did not deny the news that it was blowing fast.
“I do not know whether to move Real Madrid nest season or not, “Wenger said as quoted by the Daily Mail, Tuesday (24 / 1).
Howefer the news is going to become a reality depends on Mourinho’s achievements this season. If, target champion La Liga the Champions League desired by club president Florentino Perez did not materialize, then the Wenger even greater opportunities.
Wenger is not the only coach who is rumored to be candidates to replace Mourinho. Previously German coach, Joachim Low on the list of candidates coach Real Madrid and the latest is Rafael Benitez.