ZINEDINE ZIDANE's Real Madrid job is at 'more risk than ever' after their Copa Del Rey humiliation.

Los Blancos were dumped out of the Spanish Cup by third-tier Alcoyano on Wednesday night.

And reports in Spain claim the France legend's position as Real manager is in danger.

Real Madrid are four points off the top of La Liga with leaders Atletico having two games in hand.

Zidane, 48, is in his second spell as boss in the Spanish capital and has won two La Ligas and three Champions Leagues.


But respected Spanish outlet Marca claimed 'this really could end Zidane' after the cup defeat against a team that cost £620,000.

And Marcelo and Isco were pictured laughing after the embarrassing loss.

Real Madrid boss Zidane admitted he faces a waiting game to see if he clings onto his job.

He said: "We'll have to see what will happen in the next few days.

"It's a tough time, we're out. We had to do more, but we didn't. But we have tried.

"Things are said when we lose. I'm calm, I think the players wanted to win when they were on the pitch.

"We tried. We've done good things this season, but not recently.

"You have to ask the players if they are getting the message, but I think they are.

"This is football. You have to take your chances. The ball didn't want to go in and now, well, we're out."

The La Liga champions face Levante in their next game on Saturday night.

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