Santiago Solari didn’t really have the best of times while coaching the Spanish giants that are Real Madrid.
The now 43-year-old manager was at the helm of the Galacticos for two periods, one as a caretaker and then one as the main coach.
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But his spell was not really as successful and he only lasted for 28 games before getting sacked and replaced.
And now, months after his initial departure, Solari seems to be making a grand return to Real Madrid but this time, not as a coach anymore.
According to Cadena SER, he will now assume the role of an ambassador of the club and upon seeing this piece of news, many Madridistas were actually pretty happy about it.
Solari seems to be someone who they still like despite his failed spell at the club all those months ago.
Many of them stated how happy they are to have him back in the family and some even said that he would always be one of them.
You can see some of their reactions and comments down in the collection of tweets below:
He’s worth it. A good man
— abderahman ElBakkali (@iAm_Abdou) November 12, 2019
He did pretty well with us when the likes of Zidane and Lopetegui couldn’t help the team. A special manager with a very special eye for young talents. 💯
— Shivam Tiwari (@shivamstiwari) November 12, 2019
Should continue coaching clubs.
— Ashish Romea (RMadridEngineer) (@RMadridEngineer) November 12, 2019
So happy for him ❤
— 💫 (@SaMo_10_) November 12, 2019
Santi is such a nice boi. I’m glad he’s back in a non-football-decisions position.
— Matt Chong (@MChonger) November 12, 2019
He is always one of us
— Young Renzel 🇬🇭 (@HardyBanks) November 12, 2019
One of us
— Olayinka Okelana 🇳🇬 Real Madrid¹³ 🇪🇸 (@Yincar) November 12, 2019
So happy for my man
— Azher. (@ramos_nation) November 12, 2019
What a man,
— Saad (@s_2ad) November 12, 2019
He has a good potential
— Trrrr (@cegerian) November 12, 2019
Nice gesture from real madrid
— 🇵🇸 (@zizuosmadrid) November 12, 2019
All the Respect Santiago!
— Ahmad Hammoud (@AhHammoud) November 12, 2019