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Rumours are ripe about the next Real Madrid manager and with each passing day a number of new names are popping up.

It has been sure for the past couple of months that Florentino Perez was in the hunt for a new Real Madrid boss but after their embarrassing exit from the Champions League earlier this week, it is sure that the Bernabeu dugout will see a new face during the summer.

Right now based on all the reports, there are three men who lead the race to become the next Real Madrid manager.

1. Jose Mourinho:

The recently sacked Man United manager is currently the favourite to become the next Real Madrid manager and a number of Spanish outlets are claiming that the deal has already been done.

Mourinho spent three years with Madrid from 2010 to 2013 and Perez feels that needs to bring in some authority in the Real Madrid dugout.

The Los Blancos might have to build their squad from scratch given that the club are planning to sell off a number of players which means that Mourinho will get a huge transfer kitty.

2.  Mauricio Pochettino:

Pochettino is the other favourite to become the next Real Madrid manager as Perez feels the Argentine is the right man for a rebuilding job.

This though is not the first time that the Spurs boss has been linked with a job to Spain but each time, Pochettino has maintained that he wishes to stay in London and we feel that he will not be leaving White Hart Lane anytime soon.

3. Jurgen Klopp:

The current Liverpool boss is also on the run-in for the next Real Madrid manager as reports claim the Real Madrid manager are impressed with the work he has done with Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool.

The Los Blancos are expected to make contact with Jurgen Klopp pretty soon but if rumours are to be believed then the German will be rejecting the offer straight away.

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