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Real Madrid’s leaked home kit for the 2023/24 season



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As we approach the final phase of the campaign, it is that time of the year when fans start to get excited about the season ahead.

As part of the tradition, FootyHeadlines has come with leaked kit designs for various clubs, including Liverpool, Arsenal and Bayern Munich. And it seems even Real Madrid have now joined the list.

The 2023/24 home kit features a modern design but does not move away from the club’s traditional kit template, with the mystique of white colour dominating the shirt once again.

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The most notable element is the three yellow stripes at the top and in the sleeves. The subtle mix of yellow and gold make the design very modern yet simple. It is also quite synonymous with Real Madrid’s 2011/12 home jersey that also featured three stripes at the top, but with a far more golden shade.

Another notable element is the navy panels that have been subtly placed in the body of the kit.

The combination of these three colours features in the club logo and even in the leaked away kit design. The seamless connection between the home and the away kit has been implemented masterfully and offers a sense of identity.

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Real Madrid not contemplating rehiring Jose Mourinho with Ancelotti’s future uncertain



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Carlo Ancelotti’s uncertain future has caused a severe rise in reports over potential replacements for the manager post at Real Madrid. There is no shortage of options for the administration at the Santiago Bernabeu as they continue to scout the right man to take the team forward.

Jose Mourinho was one of the candidates speculated to be considered internally at the club. However, MARCA has come out to deny such a possibility. As it stands, Real Madrid do not consider the return of the former manager as an option.

Over the past few years, it has become common to see the Merengues look towards managers for a second stint. The formula worked wonders when they brought back Zinedine Zidane in 2019 for a new term and he pioneered a ten-match winning streak to give his side the edge over Barcelona to clinch La Liga.

Their next step led them to Ancelotti, who had already managed the team before, and the result was similar. In the first season of his second stint, he led Los Blancos to the UEFA Champions League and La Liga.

It is thus not surprising that Mourinho’s name has re-emerged as a candidate to arrive next summer. The Portuguese led the side from 2010-2013 and took down Barcelona’s golden generation to win one La Liga, one Copa Del Rey and one Spanish Super Cup. The Champions League was the one big void in his achievements in Spain.

The 60-year-old tactician currently serves as the manager of AS Roma in Serie A and has seen moderate success at the club. The Italians sit fifth on the table with 14 wins in 27 games. They have scored 35 goals and conceded 26 in their league run so far.

A second stint at the Santiago Bernabeu, however, is not on the cards for the Portuguese.

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