Real Madrid announce that current Spain boss will take over after World Cup

Real Madrid have confirmed that current Spain head coach Julen Lopetegui will take over at the Bernabeu after the World Cup.

The former Real goalkeeper will succeed Zinedine Zidane who stepped down after leading them to a third consecutive Champions League win.

Lopetegui's been in charge of Spain for the past two years.


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