On Friday Zinedine Zidane pushed to rule out all suspicion over his future, contending that next season he will be the boss of Real Madrid.
When asked after the game if he intended to remain in control of the Santiago Bernabeu in 2020-21, Zidane gave a bold response.
“Ok, I’m here, I’m the coach of Madrid until something occurs that’s out of the norm. Of course, I’m here,” he told a news conference.
“You have little to worry about. I am Madrid’s boss, and this is it.”
“In that way, there are no further questions to say. Now we’re all going to relax and we will get back to have a fantastic season.”
Nonetheless, Zidane is adamant his squad will be proud of their achievements during this period.
“We ought to be proud,” he said. “I’m definitely very proud of what we’ve done.”
“We won’t be satisfied when we lose. Of course, the players aren’t happy, but what we should be proud of is that we’ve had a fantastic season.”
“Today’s goal was to put all on the field and that’s what we were doing, we just skipped something, I don’t know what.”
“I guess we all have to be satisfied with the season. We’re going to see what’s going to happen next season. We will relax a little for now.”