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Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

Xabi Alonso will not be taking over as manager going forward due to Ancelotti’s extension at least for the time being that the Italian is still at the helm of affairs and on the right side with the club chiefs. The 42-year-old was seen to be the favorite to succeed Ancelotti should he step down due to the links to Brazil NT but with the current state of things, he could move to another La Liga club

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After an amazing 12-month stint at Bayer Leverkusen, Alonso is being considered for managerial positions at a few of his previous clubs. He has been tipped to succeed Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool, and Estadio Deportivo says he is being considered to take Imanol Alguacil’s position at Real Sociedad should the 52-year-old depart the team.

Despite this, Bayern Munich is the team that is closest to selecting Alonso if Thomas Tuchel is fired in the upcoming months, the German champions view Alonso as their replacement.


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Alonso will stay at Leverkusen for the time being, where he is still doing well. Although Alguacil has excelled in that role over the past five years, it would be amazing to see him back to Real Sociedad. However, both club management and supporters would like not to see him leave anytime soon.

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With his contract set to expire next summer, Juan Miranda, 23, has reportedly decided to join with AC Milan, meaning that this season will most likely be his last as a Real Betis player. Instead, it has been anticipated that he will leave in January, with the Italian powerhouses having to pay a premium to have him go six months ahead of schedule.

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However, things look to have changed in this regard over the last week. Estadio Deportivo now say that Milan have decided not to sign Miranda now, as they are unwilling to meet Betis’ asking price for a January sale.

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