2.- Michael Laudrup
My choice to replace José Gomes is admittedly unlikely and a bit left field:
— Talk Reading (@TalkReading) October 9, 2019
The Danish manager started his career on the right note, but he quickly began to show that he is far from the player he was as a coach.
Laudrup could’ve possibly landed the job when he began his journey, but destiny has taken him through complicated roads that simply don’t give him a chance to prove himself.
Real Madrid is not even considering Michael amongst their possible managers for the future.
This is a man who won’t’ become Real Madrid’s manager, there is no chance this will happen in our lifetime.