Real Madrid’s surprising dip in form has seen current boss Carlo Ancelotti edge closer to the chopping block.
He was allegedly tipped for the sack last season, but Madrid’s last gasp Champions League final equaliser – and subsequent aggregate victory – saved his job.
The former Chelsea boss looks to be on his way out now, but who is there to replace him?
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Here are six potential replacements:
6) Paul Clement
The current assistant manager, Paul Clement would more than likely only prove a temporary replacement.
His lack of experience would be a real concern, although he would at least have a good understanding of the inner workings of the club.
Allegedly a potential candidate to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, he could learn valuable skills during a short time managing Madrid.