Before the La Liga meeting on Sunday (9 p.m.) against Getafe for which he should run, Zinedine Zidane once again answered questions on his future on Saturday at a press conference. The French technician was “happy” for Florentino Perez, re-elected president, while remaining evasive on the rest.
Real Madrid are still in the race for a possible double. Winner of FC Barcelona last week (2-1), Zinedine Zidane’s team is only one point behind Atlético de Madrid, current Liga leader after 30 days. And the club Merengue climbed to the semi-final of the Champions League after its draw on Wednesday (0-0) against Liverpool. However, the doubt remains around the future of the French technician.
Zidane remains evasive
The period is currently good for Real Madrid, as Florentino Perez, the only candidate for his succession, was officially re-elected this week for a new term as president (until 2025). Enough to allow Zinedine Zidane to remain on the bench again, while the two men have a good relationship?
“I am happy for him because he will continue to be president. For the rest, nobody knows what will happen. I’m happy for the president, I do not know what will happen next, Zidane tempered. can have a four- or five-year contract and leave tomorrow, or vice versa. “
At a press conference this Saturday before a meeting on Sunday (9 p.m.) in the league in Getafe for which he should run, Zinedine Zidane displayed his serenity concerning the end of the season. “We are all happy with the team and I, as a coach, am very happy. We have ten games in 30 days but we are happy to be alive in all competitions. I love what I do. every day. The players have won a lot but they always want more and that’s great for a coach, Zidane said. We know how to suffer and win, we have to do it. “
During his first stint at the head of the club, Zinedine Zidane announced his resignation five days after a third consecutive coronation in the Champions League. Under contract until June 2022, Zizou has not yet officially confirmed that he will be well in post next season for Madrid.