The previous Liverpool director has been alleviated of his obligations at the Santiago Bernabeu in the wake of slipping four focuses behind city rivals Atletico Madrid at the highest point of La Liga. Real Madrid finally done the job to get well in future. They sacked Rafa Benitez and appoint Zinedine Zidane as his substitution.
The 32-time Spanish champions fell four focuses behind Atletico Madrid at the highest point of La Liga after a 2-2 draw against Valencia on Sunday and Benitez was released taking after a load up meeting hung on Monday evening.
Club legend Zidane, who has until this point dealt with Madrid’s “B” group, has long been connected with the top employment and will now assume responsibility.
Florentino Perez President of Real Madrid said: “I am here to say that the board has just decided, in a difficult decision, especially for me, to end the contract of Rafa as first-team coach. I would like to make it clear that he is a great professional.”
“Zinedine Zidane knows better than anyone what it is like to stand at the front and lead Real Madrid. Throughout his career he has always been able to face up to huge challenges.”
“He is one of the greatest players of all time. Zinedine, this is your club, your stadium and you have all our support. Zidane you are, from this moment, the trainer of Real Madrid.”