Retired footballer and Real Madrid legend, Raul Gonzalez has indicated that he would like to return to his boyhood club in an official capacity in the future.
Raul, who retired following a successful stint at the New York Cosmos is a legend at Real Madrid where he held the record for most goals scored for the club until he was overtaken by Cristiano Ronaldo earlier this year. Raul won 16 trophies with Real Madrid and banged in 323 goals for the Spanish giants before moving on to Shalke 04 where he became a fan favorite. Raul would move on to Qatar before ending his career in the United States. Raul was speaking recently about returning to Real Madrid in a managerial capacity “Will I coach Real Madrid? That’s the main question I get asked these days,” he is quoted as saying by AS. “But I feel that it’s not the right time at present. I’ve yet to secure my coaching badges and I feel there is plenty of time ahead. However, Real Madrid is my passion and I am sure at some point in the future I’ll end up back there.”
Real Madrid would love to follow in former teammate, Zinedine Zidane’s footsteps and move into management as the former France international currently manages Real Madrid Castilla