Nuno Santo enjoyed an excellent first season at Wolverhampton Wanderers, guiding them to the Sky Bet Championship title in style.
He is now currently preparing for life back in the Premier League, but reports today have hinted there is a chance, albeit a very slim one, that he could be on his way out of Molineux.
According to the Birmingham Mail, the Portuguese manager has been linked with the job at Real Madrid, and has been given long odds of 25/1 to become the new manager of the Champions League winners.
Obviously with odds of 25/1, he is an extreme long shot, but the fact that his name is even being mentioned is a testament to the job that he has done at the Black Country club this summer.
He guided Wolves to the second tier title, picking up 99 points and only missing out on the 100 on the final day of the season, as they were beaten at already relegated Sunderland.
Real Madrid are currently looking for a new manager following the resignation of club legend Zinedine Zidane earlier today (May 31).
The French manager has just guided Real to the Champions League, beating Premier League side Liverpool 3-1 in the final, but following a disappointing La Liga campaign, reports were surfacing that he was going to lose his job.
There are a good few names ahead of Nuno Santo on the list, with Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino and former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger amongst the early favourites, but it could be well worth keeping an eye on Santo’s odds of taking over at the Bernabeu.