Real Madrid '100 percent' certain Mourinho will accept job

Real Madrid '100 percent' certain Mourinho will accept job

There were claims that the four-time Champions League victor had a war of words with president Florentino Perez in the dressing room afterwards and even threatened to leave the club.

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos and club president Florentino Perez have agreed to clear the air after the pair were engaged in a heated argument following Tuesday's Champions League loss to Ajax, say reports in the Spanish press.

Calderon said on Wednesday, the day after Real were beaten 4-1 at home by Ajax in the Champions League last-16 second leg: 'I know that this morning the president called Zidane to ask him back, he said not now.

Madrid president Florentino Perez has always been fond of Mourinho, but the Portuguese coach is certainly not the only candidate to replace Solari.

Chelsea winger Eden Hazard has been tipped to leave the club during the summer and Real Madrid looks to be his next probable destination.

Rangers qualified for the group stage of the Europa League for the first time in eight years this season, but finished third behind Villarreal and Rapid Vienna.

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Could Zinedine Zidane be set to return to the Real Madrid dugout?

They trail La Liga leaders Barcelona by 12 points and Solari's role is under serious threat. They are talking of the possibility of Zidane or Mourinho - they are completely different coaches with completely different ideas of football.

But the 46-year-old left the Spanish capital because of Perez just days after winning last season's competition and he will not return while he runs the club.

And we are pretty confident that he would not want a repeat of the same situation at Real Madrid next season.

"There is the option of bringing in Mourinho now, but to me there is no point".

It also meant they have practically nothing left to play for with three months remaining of the season.