According to InSerbia writer M. Djulic, Carlo Ancelotti will be named Real Madrid’s head coach on 3rd July. It is understood that compliance with Spanish tax laws have dictated the timing of the announcement.
So now that Los Blancos' preferred candidate is within touching distance of the Bernabeu dugout, it is apt to discuss why he can bring back the glory days to this magnificent club.
Real Madrid coaches arguably have the toughest job in football, as Los Blancos is beyond a football club—it is an institution. Managers have strict prerequisites that are far from negotiable: win trophies, play stylish football and keep the media, plus the board, satisfied. Ensuring fans' and players' happiness is a no-brainer, since the deliverance of the two former requirements largely results in contentment.
There are five crucial factors that would see Ancelotti (if his appointment is indeed confirmed) slot in well with the Spanish capital, in turn giving Real the best possible platform of creating a new footballing dynasty.