Football News: The New Madrid manager will have to pay the price for the devastating start of the season for Madrid and the former Chelsea manager will take place for him.
Madrid will bring Conte in place for Julen Lopetegui on Monday.
Last night in the El Clasico on the Camp Nou, Barcelona demolishes Madrid by 5-1 goals and that defeat in the Clasico was Madrid’s third straight loss in La Liga, and this happens for the first time since 2009, after the Clasico now Madrid is on the ninth place and they are seven points behind their eternal rivals Barcelona.
The Hierarchy of Madrid has come to a conclusion and they have scheduled a meeting on Monday, where there will make Lopetegui’s dismissal official.
The Madrid executive stated: "We have to take a decision. We can't continue like this for more time,"
On the other half, the new Madrid manager expressed that he would definitely take out Madrid from his sorry slump, after the match he voiced: “I feel sad at the moment, but with full strength to remain in charge of this group.
“This is a tough blow, but I am strong enough to know everything can be turned around. There is a long way to go, and I have a lot of faith in this group of players.”
On the other hand, the Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos claims that Madrid players will not have any input’s regarding his future at Santiago Bernabeu, with the results of this season will determine his future at Madrid.
The defender said: “We are with the coach to the death. But results determine a lot whether a coach stays.
“It is not our decision. So we will stay to the side, let the hours pass and whatever happens will happen. It’s not about the players.”
The former Spanish coach joined Madrid in the month of June and his tenure will end just after four months it started, he lost his job from the Spanish national team just on the eve of the world cup, before the start of the world cup he signed the contract with the Spanish capital side.
In his tenure so far Madrid has lost five matches, four in La Liga and one in Champions league, the former Porto man oversaw a difficult start for the Madrid side, and now the ex Chelsea man is the man who would take the helm of Madrid from Lopetegui.