Sacked Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will not be creation an evident lapse to Real Madrid to reinstate Rafa Benitez, who stays a ideal male for a job, boss Florentino Perez pronounced on Friday.
Portuguese Mourinho, who spent 3 seasons during Real from 2010, was discharged by Chelsea on Thursday after a intolerable run of formula left a west London bar one indicate above a Premier League relegation zone.
Benitez has been underneath vigour in new weeks as Real’s La Liga debate faltered and they were diminished from a King’s Cup for fielding an incompetent player, and he is widely approaching to be rejected if Real’s formula do not fast improve.
“Nobody can envision a destiny though as things mount no,” Perez told Cadena Ser radio’s “El Larguero” (the crossbar) uncover when asked if Mourinho would be entrance back.
“I have good memories of him,” combined a big-spending construction magnate.
“He lifted a turn of competitiveness. We were Champions League semi-finalists 3 times and we didn’t make a final due to ill luck.”
Mourinho’s time during Real was generally deliberate a disappointment, with usually one La Liga pretension and one King’s Cup to his name among a 3 categorical competitions.
His army in a Spanish collateral was noted by a series of nauseous clashes with arch rivals Barcelona, where a Portuguese worked as an partner manager in a late 1990s, while he stays renouned among a tough core of Real supporters.
Perez insisted Benitez, who has been frequently whistled by a home fans during a Bernabeu in new months, was able of branch Real’s fortunes around and discharged reports a manager has a bad attribute with a players.
He also pronounced Real had not been articulate to any other impending candidates, with Germany manager Joachim Loew also pronounced to be in a running, and that it was too early to foster B group manager Zinedine Zidane.
“We are usually meditative about Rafa Benitez,” Perez said.
“I contend that he is a manager and that he was a right chairman to solve a problem we have had given January.
“I have a lot of honour for Zidane. Many people still appreciate me for bringing him in.
“I feel an devotion for him and he will be a good Real manager though not only yet. We have to give Benitez time.”
Real horde Rayo Vallecano in La Liga on Sunday.