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31/10/2018 - 11:05 BST

Former Chelsea Boss Antonio Conte Still Option For Real Madrid


Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has continued to remain the only alternative to appointing Santiago Solari as their new coach for Real Madrid.

The European champions sacked Julen Lopetegui earlier this week after a disastrous start to the season, which culminated in a humiliating 5-1 defeat away to bitter rivals Barcelona.

Real Madrid B team coach Solari has taken charge of the first team on an interim basis and remains in contention to become their next full-time coach as well.

Los Blancos reportedly cooled their interest in Conte following getting an unfavourable opinion about him from senior players, but according to Spanish daily AS, the Italian continues to remain an option for Real Madrid.


It has been claimed that he remains the only alternative to giving the keys of the first team to Solari, who is fighting against the perception that he is not ready for such a big job.

However, getting Conte on board remains complicated as he is still in litigation with Chelsea for the way he was sacked in the summer.

His demands of a compensation will come to an end if he accepts another job and therefore, the Italian has demanding wages to the tune of €10m per season.

But for the moment Real Madrid are only prepared to offer a contract worth €8m per year.

The Italian also wants a longer contract than the 18-month deal the European champions are willing to put up.