Real Madrid's President Florentino Pérez announced in today's press conference that José Mourinho's relationship with Real Madrid will be over at the end of the season. According to the President, a friendly agreement was reached.
In this eighth episode of the Managing Madrid Podcast, Lucas, Pedro and Chris take a look at Real's loss to Atletico and Mourinho's three seasons with Real Madrid. And also the feature under Ancelotti.
According to Spanish radiostation COPE, Real Madrid's board will hold a meeting this Monday to announce Mourinho's departure. The Portuguese coach said after the Copa del Rey Final that he has yet to meet Florentino Pérez to speak about the future.
Real Madrid's basketball team secured a place in the Euroleague Final after beating FC Barcelona in the O2 Arena in London. Sergio Rodríguez and Felipe Reyes were the team's best players. The team now looks to win the 9th Euroleague.
The German player had tests on his ankle today and the possibility of a big injury was ruled out. That way, Özil should be able to feature in Real's most important game of the 2012-2013 season.
Real Madrid will not be lifting La Decima. With only the Copa del Rey to play for, attentions have turned to choosing sides in the dressing room. Jose Mourinho and Pepe have given us further talking points outside of football.
Jose Mourinho hinted a potential move to Chelsea FC at the end of the season, while Xabi Alonso, Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos felt sad for the fans that supported the team throughout the whole match.
The Portuguese star has recovered from the small injury that sidelined him the past derby and will be fully ready for Real Madrid's try at a comeback against Borussia Dortmund.
With an injured Marcelo and a potentially unavailable Luka Modric, Jose Mourinho has called up Castilla players Nacho Fernandez, Alvaro Morata, and Carlos Casemiro for the clash against Borussia Dortmund.
Real Madrid suffered two injuries in the match against Betis. Marcelo left the game and will miss about three weeks and Luka Modric remains questionable for the match against Borussia Dortmund.
Real Madrid's board is taking a look at French midfielders Geoffrey Kondogbia and Paul Pogba, according to some Spanish tabloids like 'As' and 'Marca'. The club would be looking for a potential replacement to Xabi Alonso.
According to the British tabloid, Jose Mourinho will decline Chelsea's offer and will stay one more year at the Spanish capital in what would be his fourth season with Real Madrid.
In yesterday's press conference, Fernando Burgos exposed that Real Madrid was having some troubles keeping a clean sheet under Diego López. But he didn't know Mourinho had a paper in his pocket.
The blog TodoSobreCamisetas never gets a leak wrong, and its owner Eleté published the three different kits Real Madrid could be wearing next season.
FIFA fired back at José Mourinho's claims of voting irregularities in the World Coach of the Year award handed to Vicente del Bosque. Goran Pandev's ballot has been released and it contradicts his corroboration with former boss, Mourinho's claims.
Jose Mourinho claims a fixed vote in FIFA's World Coach of the Year. He also shares his thoughts on the Champions League tie with Galatasaray and maybe hints at his future.
With 17 Real Madrid players away on international duty, it's time to magnify all words being spoken to the media since there's no real news out there, right? Sure. In actual news, Sami Khedira seems to have recovered from a knock in the German camp.
The Turkish international tells Spanish Daily "As" his time in Madrid would've gone differently had he stayed healthy.
It's official. The 2012-2013 Copa del Rey Final will be played at the Santiago Bernabéu on May 17th. The clubs will have approximately 36,000 tickets for their own respective fans.
A masterful week of football changes Real Madrid's outlook on a tumultuous season. Having humbled Barcelona and defeated Manchester United in a week's time, Jose Mourinho aims to close out what may be his final season in the Bernabéu with a bang.
Real Madrid fans will take the Old Trafford this Tuesday. More than 3,500 fans are expected to fill the visitors' stand to support Mourinho's team in the game that could define Real Madrid's season.