Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez, wants to bring Zinedine Zidane back as manager, after one of the worst weeks in the club’s history, Marca reports.

Santiago Solari is unlikely to remain in the job beyond the summer, after Real lost two Clasicos in four days and were dumped out of the Champions League by Ajax.

Zidane guided Real to three successive Champions League titles but resigned last summer amid disagreements over transfer policy.

However, it is understood that the Frenchman has maintained a good relationship with Perez and the Madrid hierarchy.

Zidane still lives in Madrid and would be open to return in the summer.

Former Real president, Ramon Calderon, has even claimed that Zidane has turned down the chance of an immediate return to the club, but could come back at the end of the current season.

“I know that this morning the president called Zidane to ask him back, he said not now.

“He has left open the possibility of coming back in June,” Calderon said.