They may have one foot in the Champions League semi-finals, but Real Madrid have had a less than satisfactory season, currently sitting 16 points behind La Liga’s runaway leaders and El Classico rivals, Barcelona.
Despite being in with a shout of claiming their third successive Champions League title, which would be their 13th of all time, their disappointing league campaign has seen doubts cast over the future of current manager Zinedine Zidane.
Now, according to The Sun, Real Madrid are interested in appointing Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp as their next manager.
Liverpool’s sensational form which has seen them transformed into one of the most lethal attacking powers in European football this season, and being in the bring of also qualifying for the semi-finals of the Champions League after their 3-0 win over Man City last week.
The report claims that while Zinedine Zidane could be kept on if he can win the Champions League once again, failure to do so could see him replaced at the end of the season.
Following his previous success with Borussia Dortmund, the 50-year-old has shown that given time, he can transform teams into top level sides in the Champions League.