May 26 (SW) - The Chilean player Iván Zamorano is once again in the spotlights
of the Spanish team Real Madrid, who are looking for changed to secure a better
campaign next season.
The club from the Spanish capital offered Zamorano a position but, although the
former forward announced that he was happy about the chance of being a part of
Real Madrid again, he would not say what the position was.
Zamorano played four seasons for Real Madrid and scored 76 goals in 137 matches,
after which he moved to Internazionale in 1996. Another four years later he went
to América in Mexico and his career ended with an eleven-match suspension at
Colo-Colo in his country of birth.
Real Madrid have already fired coach Queiroz and replaced them with former
national team boss José Antonio Camacho. At the moment they are looking to make
the changed that are required for the team to improve after a disappointing
season, which saw them ending in fourth position in the Spanish league.