A Santiago Solari replacement is very much needed now as Real Madrid have suffered three defeats in their latest 4 games, including 2 consecutive losses against arch-rival Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Champions League now seems to be Santiago Solari‘s only chance to defend his position as head coach at the club.
More than a few reports recently mentioning that Los Blancos are already looking for a replacement for their under-fire boss.
It is reasonable that Florentino Perez would look for a manager who could take back Real Madrid to domestic glory.
Here are 3 serial-winning managers with high-profile who Madrid could sign to replace Solari and put Barcelona's La Liga dominance to an end.
The first Santiago Solari replacement is Joachim Low who has been one of the best national team coaches in the recent decade.
Despite his disappointing result in the 2018 World Cup, Low's reputation as one of the world's most respected coach is still there.
The German coach won the 2014 World Cup and received many individual awards including IFFHS World's Best National Coach in 2014 and 2017.
This managerial skills would surely help the 59-year-old in managing star-studded Real Madrid.
Our second Santiago Solari replacement is Jurgen Klopp who lots of reports had touted as Zinedine Zidane's successor when the Frenchman resigned last year.
According to a report, Real Madrid are said to still be monitoring the German's progress in Liverpool.
Despite their slip in the Premier League, the Reds are still pretty much in the title contention while their chances to win the Champions League are also open.
The German is known by many for his managerial prowess that has transformed Liverpool to become one of the deadliest teams in Europe.
With those domestic achievements, the 51-year-old could be the answer for Real Madrid to get back their La Liga success.
The last Santiago Solari replacement will be Massimiliano Allegri who is an upgrade to Antonio Conte in terms of managing Juventus.
The Italian manager helped the Old Lady become one of Champions League's strongest contenders while maintaining the club's dominance in Italy.
Perez had contacted the 51-year-old last year in the hopes of luring the ex AC Milan coach to join Madrid but got rejected.
Now a second attempt by Perez could be strong enough to lure Allegri, especially when Atletico knock him out from the Champions League.
With his series of domestic success, the Italian could be best Santiago Solari replacement who will dethrone Barcelona.
This article was most recently revised and updated 8 months ago