La Liga giants Real Madrid have carried their poor form of the previous season into this one. Real Madrid are struggling to win matches despite spending heavily in the summer transfer window. Their most recent result was another disappointing defeat against Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). There are multiple reports which are hinting at Zinedine Zidane’s sacking and Jose Mourinho replacing him. The Portuguese has finally broken his silence on these rumours.

Mourinho has shut down all such rumours which linked him to his former team. The former Manchester United has been linked to Real Madrid after Zidane has failed to deliver as a manager so far in his stint. With each defeat, the pressure on Zidane will mount and reports are hinting that the team management is already monitoring each move by Zidane. Moreover, Mourinho already has an experience of coaching Real Madrid between 2010 and 2013 but he has rubbished all such reports.

“You can’t train a team that already has a coach,” Mourinho told Deportes Cuatro as quoted by Marca.

“I would not like to train to Real Madrid because they already have a coach.

“That’s it,” he stated.

If, however, Zidane is somehow sacked and someone replaces him, that would be Real Madrid fourth managerial change within a year and a half.