- Real Madrid boss wants Marcos Alonso at Real Madrid
- Marcos Alonso has been an integral member of Conte's Chelsea
- Zidane has been struggling to get the best out of his Madrid team this season
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has shown his interest in Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso and has ordered Real Madrid to get him the player.
Alonso who joined Chelsea from Fiorentina in the summer of 2016 has been largely impressive for the Blues and was instrumental in last season's League triumph.
The 26-year-old left-back has impressive again under Antonio Conte this season in the Italian’s 3-5-2 formation.
And according to reports reaching NAIJ.com says the former Sunderland defender is attracting interest from Spanish champions Real Madrid.
The reports claim Zidane has not been too impressed with Brazilian left-back Marcelo this season and seasons the Chelsea man as an ideal replacement for the Brazilian.
Real Madrid have lost more ground on La Liga leaders Barcelona after a subdued performance at the Wanda Metropolitan where they played 0-0 with Atletico Madrid.
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The disappointing draw in the Madrid derby leaves the Spanish giants 10 points behind their rivals Barcelona after just 12 games.
Zidane's men will quickly want to put the result behind them as they look to secure a Champions League round of 16 ticket when they travel to Cyprus to face APOEL on Tuesday, November 12.
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