Alberto Zaccheroni Agrees To Coach Racing Santander – Report

Zac will take over the Spanish club for the next three years according to the latest transfer market reports.
Alberto Zaccheroni, former coach of important Italian clubs Udinese, Milan, Lazio and Inter, will make a return to the football world, according to the latest reports coming from Spain, which claim he has reached a verbal agreement with Racing Santander.

In fact, according to Cadena Ser, last Thursday the Italian coach and the directors of the Spanish club met and reached an agreement for three seasons.

According to the Spanish reports, the fans of Racing Santander were extremely happy with the news about the new coach. He will replace Juan Ramon Lopez Muniz, whois on his way back to Malaga.

Zaccheroni will most likely bring to La Liga his successful 3-4-3 formation which allowed him to do extremely well with Udinese and even win an unexpected league title with Milan during the 1998/99 season.

His last coaching position was with Torino during the 2006/07 campaign, when he was sacked midway through the season following a string of consecutive defeats.

Since then the 56-year-old has remained on the sidelines, waiting for the right opportunity to knock on his door; and despite being linked to Trabzonspor, he seems to have chosen Racing Santander.