MADRID: Interim Real Madrid manager Santiago Solari was appointed regular coach on Monday (November 12th), after moving to a striking boom in the fate of European champions when he left to replace Julen Lopetegui.
"Everything is fine. Real Madrid has come up with a contract and no problem," said the Spanish Football Federation.
Solari has allowed Real to win four of the four as they are being installed on auxiliary staff after the sudden release of Lopetegui last month.
And he won 15 goals and only two admitted that he had created the best Real driver.
After Melilla was in the Copa del Rey round, they won 5-0 in the Victorian Plzen Champions League, between Real Valladolid and Celtic Vigo La Liga.
This growth has left Madrid just four points from the league leaders in Barcelona and the border qualification of the last 16 European.
Solari, who spent five years in the Real game, was promoted from his role as the team leader of the B team, "Castilla", after Lopetegui was monitored by a miserable palette, which included only one win in seven games.
The last of them, 5-1 marvel at the hands of Barcelona, turned out to be the ultimate club president of the club, Florentino Perez, but the team rose again with his new coach.
Solari is Perez 13. Manager for 15 seasons in two separate periods of Santiago Bernabeu.
"He has done a great job," Emilio Butragueno, director of the Madrid club said Sunday evening. "We are very happy with how things have happened."
Only a few would argue that the results that Solari has now earned is proof of itself in the long run.
At his opening press conference, he stressed that he was open to full-time work.
"This is a great opportunity, and it's a great club," Solari said. "I not only say that I am currently a coach of the first team. I'm here with other teams, I have played and flooded this club shirt.
"Madrid is bigger than all of us, but it affects us all with our greatness. I want to be part of it."
Zinedine Zidane also stepped up mid-season from Coaching Castilla in 2016 and led the team's Champions League fame 5 months later.
Solari played in comparison with Zidane, who immediately deserves his respect due to his brilliant career and long-term status in the club, improving his status as a real legend, winning three consecutive Champions League crowns.
"He is one of the biggest things we ever had in this club," Solari said last month. "He is very calm, excellent coach, and nobody can compare to him."
Solari's mission is to drive the dressing room when the results get worse.
After the international break, Madrid's generous games continue with league matches against Eibar, Valencia, Huesca, Rayo Vallecano and Villarreal before Christmas, none of which currently stands at the top of the La Liga.
They will also play Roma in Italy and the CSKA Moscow home in the Champions League, two games that could be solved going through the G group top.
According to Spanish rules, Solari was only allowed for two weeks, as it means that a Sunday trip to Celta Vigo could always take place before making a decision about his future.
It turned out to be an impressive final listening experience in Madrid with a 4-2 victory, as Solari needed to adapt to a few injury problems during the game.
"We will go with him to death, he's a great coach, and, of course, we want him to continue," said Madrid defender Alvaro Odriozola.
This will be Solari's first job to be responsible for the first team.
Antonio Conte, Mauricio Pochettino, Jose Mourinho and Joachim Low were in that position, and a new approach is still possible next summer.