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Real Madrid: Zidane drops future hint amid Juve links
19/05/2019, 18:15
Zinedine Zidane spoke to Spanish media after the Merengues' 2-0 defeat against Betis. The French manager was reported to be unhappy despite his recent return to the Santiago Bernabeu. During yesterday's press conference he threatened the club saying that he is going to leave if he can do what he wants.

Juventus fans hoped that it could have been the first step of a new incredible farewell from Real Madrid. The Old Lady is looking for Allegri's successor and Zidane has always been one of the dreams of Andrea Agnelli. Speaking after today's defeat, however, Zidane hint that he is going to stay at the club for the next season: "We can't win a game right now and the best thing is that the season is over", Zidane said.

"We are thinking about something else, we are thinking about the new season. It's complicated when you try to do things but nothing works. We need to accept the results of this season and we shouldn't forget about it. We need to remember what happen, it will be useful in the future".

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