Santiago Solari is most likely going to be heading out the door any time soon with Real Madrid getting knocked out of the UEFA Champions League and Copa del Rey in the same week.

The Argentinean has failed to fix Julen Lopetegui’s mess and the team’s locker room is going through a bit of a crisis due to his poor management, with players like Isco, Marcelo, and Mariano showing their discomfort.

So, following Real Madrid’s humiliating 1-4 defeat against Ajax at Santiago Bernabeu, it looks like Florentino Perez has finally had it with ‘El Indiecito’ and it’s not a matter of if, but when the team is going to give him the boot, according to Goal’s report. 

Real Madrid lost back to back outings against FC Barcelona before being thrashed by the Dutch as the UCL reigning Champions, with Solari showing no signs of awareness or ability to lead the way for Los Blancos.

The team is actively putting together a list of potential replacements for Solari as we speak, with Mauricio Pochettino, Massimiliano Allegri, and Jose Mourinho as the team’s top candidates to take over next season.
To make things even worse, Real Madrid just confirmed Vinicius Jr will face a long spell on the sidelines due to ligament damage.