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Rio Vallecano’s goalkeeper since October 2020, Luca Zidane (23), talks about his sawtooth season and his French dreams for the Madrid side in an interview with JDD. Especially keeping in mind the possible arrival at OM.


If his Marseille father never played in OM, Luca Zidane still dreams of it. Zinedine Zidane’s second son, who has only twelve games with Rayo Vallecano this season, admitted in an interview Sunday newspaper That he wants to play in the velodrome, he is a native of Marseille. “It’s a historic club, backed by an incredible public, so, yes, it’s a dream,” he says.

“I want to discover France”

Recalling that being called Zidane is equally complicated after making his mark in La Liga, Luca finds himself returning to the country of his birth, when he is at the end of his contract at the end of the season.


“I want to discover France (French Championship, editor’s note), it will be special because I was born there”, admits he has known only three clubs, all in Spain: Real Madrid, Racing Santander and Rio. . “In the family, we feel French. There have been contacts in the past, not yet this season. Perhaps the world of Spanish football knows me better. In France, I am above Zinedine Zidane’s son, he continues. Me Pass Hai has only been seen playing in youth teams.”

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However, the 23-year-old doorman has yet to make a decision about his future, and is still waiting to learn about Rayo Vallecano’s status before looking elsewhere. “My future will be decided between June and July, he warned. I am not closing any doors. My priority is to tie the matches together. I need a whole year to show my best version. I think That I am on the right track.” He also makes sure that his brother Enzo, who plays for Rodez in Ligue 2, has no bearing on his career choices.


“I consider Karim Benzema a big brother”

Living in a complicated season between good performances and dumplings that condemn him to return to the bench, with Macedonian Stoll Dmitrievsky to replace him, Luka Zidane is not satisfied with his performance. “This season, the coach has alternated with another goalkeeper, so I lacked the benchmark, he explains. Leaving the team, coming back in it after a month, is not ideal to feel good. Started for the league game but got a red card which made a big impact.”

The French goalkeeper can still count on strong support in La Liga, as he says Karim Benzema is the “big brother” from his time at Real Madrid. “Karim Benzema impressed me more and more, admitting unfortunately to concede one of his goals on 26 February. He scores and plays: he has everything. Today is the top level in the world, That’s why he deserves the Golden Ball. We used to be together in Madrid often, he helped me a lot. I consider him a big brother.”

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