Real Madrid might have qualified for the next stage of the Champions League, but they have slumped to two successive defeats and manage to lose their La Liga lead.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti has come under fire for the second time in his career at Real and Los Blanco takes a look at five managers that could replace him should the club give him the sack.
The Spaniard has become one of the most sought-after managers in world football. His ties with Barcelona, however, make this one extremely unlikely, but if he wins everything at Bayern Munich - perhaps he could be keen on a challenge?
Rodgers is known for his attacking style of play and thinking that he could take over at the Bernabeu might be a little out of left field, but his impressive spell on Merseyside could make him a surprise target.
Frank de Boer
Many might not think it’s possible, as it’s not difficult to dominate the Eredivisie with Ajax, but even by their standards De Boer has done well. The Dutchman is a former La Liga player and has got a lot of Champions League experience when it comes to managing against the world’s best.
Zidane is probably the most likely candidate to replace Ancelotti right now - the only question is whether or not he is ready. Zidane was assistant coach to Ancelotti last season, but issues regarding his coaching badges and qualifications meant he had to step down.
Who do you think could replace Ancelotti?