- German World Cup winning coach Joachim Low has been hotly tipped to replace Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid
- Low, 57, plans an overhaul at the Bernabeu should he join the Spanish giants
- It is suggested Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, and Karim Benzema would ideally be offloaded by the German boss
German World Cup winning coach Joachim Low has been hotly tipped to take over the managerial duties at Real Madrid next season.
With results not going the way of the Galaticos boss Zidane, Real's hierarchy are making plans that will see the German tactician take over at the club.
Spanish media outlet, Diario Gol, report that the German senior national team boss is plotting a major overhaul in the Spanish capital and wants to rebuild Real’s faltering front line.
It is also suggested Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, and Karim Benzema would ideally be offloaded - although Low is open to Ronaldo staying.
In their place, Juventus ace Paulo Dybala, Tottenham striker Harry Kane, and PSG superstar Neymar will be drafted in.
Diario Gol add that RB Leipzig midfielder Timo Werner could replace ageing Luka Modric.
In defence, David Alaba has been earmarked and Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Cuortois is also a target in the new Real squad.
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Real are having a shocking season despite securing Champions League and title glory last term and winning the club World Cup in the UAE.
Zinedine Zidane men slumped to another defeat on Saturday as Villarreal secured a shock 1-0 over the Spanish champions.
The result leaves Real a staggering 19 points off rivals Barcelona and 10 behind Atletico Madrid in second.
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