- Julian Nagelsmann is attracting interest from Europe’s top clubs following his sack by Bayern Munich
- The German manager was recently let go by the Bundesliga giants with Thomas Tuchel taking his place
- Real Madrid are the latest club to add Nagelsmann to their shortlist of potential managers next season
Real Madrid have joined the queue of top European clubs bidding to sign Julian Nagelsmann, just days after the German manager was sacked by Bayern Munich.
Nagelsmann was shockingly fired by the Bundesliga giants despite having a 100 percent winning record in the UEFA Champions League this season, with Thomas Tuchel brought in to replace him.
According to Sportskeeda, Real Madrid has now added Nagelsmann to the shortlist of managers expected to replace Carlo Ancelotti if they decide to sack the veteran Italian coach.
The German manager has appeared on the list of coaches Los Blancos is looking at which also includes Raul, Xabi Alonso, Marcelo Gallardo, and Mauricio Pochettino.
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However, Real Madrid will need to contend with English Premier League clubs, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur, who have also identified Nagelsmann as a top target.
Tottenham make contact with Nagelsmann
Meanwhile, Tottenham have contacted former the Bayern Munich head coach about the vacant position at the club following Antonio Conte's departure, Skysports reports.
Conte left the North London club under a cloud on Sunday night, after publicly criticising his players in the wake of the draw at relegation-threatened Southampton.
It is believed that his now infamous outburst led to his sacking by Spurs.
Tottenham has since confirmed that Cristian Stellini, Conte's assistant and countryman, would remain at the club and lead the team as interim head coach for the remainder of the season.
Nagelsmann’s sad altercation with Mane
In related coverage, Sports Brief reported on Nagelsmann's dressing room bust-up with Bayern's Senegalese superstar, Sadio Mane.
The incident is alleged to have occurred after the Bavarians' second-leg Champions League victory over Paris Saint-Germain.
It was reported the former Liverpool forward was unhappy that Nagelsmann only brought him on late against the French side.