Thomas Tuchel is being discussed as the next manager of Real Madrid.
Real Madrid lost 1-2 to Barcelona in the 26th round of La Liga in the 2022-23 season held at Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain on the 20th at 5:00 am (Korean time). As a result, Barcelona currently leads the table with 68 points (22 wins, 2 draws, 2 losses), while Real Madrid is in second place with 56 points (17 wins, 5 draws, 4 losses).
In the beginning, Barcelona seemed to take the lead, but Real scored the first goal. In the 10th minute of the first half Vinicius Junior’s cross hit Ronald Araujo’s head and went into the goal. In the end, it was recorded as Araujo’s own goal.
But Reed didn’t last long. In the 45th minute of the first half, a chaotic situation occurred in front of the Real goal, and Rafinha’s left-footed shot also hit the Real defense. In the end, Sergi Roberto finished with his right foot. The first half ended at 1-1먹튀검증.
After that, a tense battle ensued. However, Real’s attack was different from usual. Neither Karim Benzema nor Vinicius were able to show their power, and they started to be pushed back by Barcelona’s quick attack. Eventually, in the 47th minute of the second half, Frank Kesier’s come-from-behind goal broke out, and Real knelt 1-2.
Since then, doubts about manager Carlos Ancelotti are emerging even locally. As evidence of that, Tuhell continues to be mentioned as a candidate for the next manager. Spanish media ‘Madrid Universal’ said, “Ancelotti’s future is uncertain. The two defeats to Barcelona are starting to raise doubts in the management. Therefore, Real Madrid are starting to outline their next manager.”
Then, Thomas Tuchel was mentioned as a candidate for the next director. Tuchel was sacked as Chelsea manager midway through this season. Roman Abramovich left, Todd Boelli sat in the owner’s seat, and Tuchel was kicked out for the reason of settling a new team culture and poor performance. Currently, Tuhel is unemployed, and all possibilities are open.
Meanwhile, Florentino Perez is said to want Xabi Alonso over Tuchel. Currently, Alonso works as manager of Leverkusen and has also played for Real Madrid. Attention is focusing on what choice the Real management will make.