Zinedine Zidane has, for the most part, had a not too hard of a time since being assigned as manager of Real Madrid. Presently in his first time of risk, the club he’s looking towards the Premier League to help him back in shape.
Going into the season, he had become the first manager ever to win two consecutive UEFA Champions League Trophies and won Real Madrid the La Liga title for the first time in 5 years. Not too bad of a start to his managing career.
So much has Los Blancos’ control been since the former midfield wizard took control over that everybody expected the 12 times Champions League victors would leave with the twofold again this season.
It may be too early to say anything, but it doesn’t seem like its going to happen this time around. Two significant losses in the previous week, one to Girona in La Liga and one against Tottenham Spurs in the Champions League, have left genuine concerns about the club’s chances this season.
So it’s likely no big surprise that Florentino Perez is arranging a few additions to the squad in the summer window, and as indicated by Diario Gol he’s taking a gander at four players from the Premier League with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ander Herrera, Juan Mata and Alexis Sanchez.
The report appears to the point that the players will be focused to arrive at the Bernabeu towards the very end of the season and with their current deals all set to terminate in the mid-year year they’d be allowed to start talking with the players in January.
Best of the rundown regarding well on the way to move feels like Alexis Sanchez just on the grounds that the Arsenal forward plainly has no enthusiasm for staying around the Gunners past this season and could yet be accessible in January, with Manchester City very intrigued.
Ander Herrera and Juan Mata aren’t ensured first choice starters at Old Trafford at the present time however Jose Mourinho will at present be planning to attach them up to contracts before January comes around and they can consult with different clubs outside England.
At long last is Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The United striker is just barely on his way once more from a genuine injury he grabbed toward the finish of last season and him moving to Real appears to be quite far-fetched.
Will Zinedine Zidane be signing any of the Premier League targets?