Real Madrid – La Liga Spoke ahead of Valencia clash
Zinedine Zidane spoke to the press ahead of Real Madrid‘s LaLiga Santander clash with Valencia on Sunday.
The Frenchman continues to be asked about his future at the club, and Zidane mentioned that he hasn’t ruled out coaching his country’s national team.
“We will see, my mind is here. I am at Madrid and I enjoy every day. I am passionate about football. You never know about the future. My relationship with Mr. [Noel] Le Graët [President of the French Football Federation] is long, since 1998.
“The national team is a goal, like I said when I started coaching ten years ago, but now I’m here.”
Real Madrid are currently plagued by injuries, but Zidane doesn’t feel it’s just a matter of misfortune, with the coach putting it down to the congested fixture list.
“It is not bad luck. We are worried,” he said. “We have talked about it many times. We do not like not having the players [available]. We are going to try to help them recover.
“We’ve got back Lucas [Vazquez] and [Dani] Carvajal and little by little I hope that we can recover the others, whom we miss. I always want my players with me.”
More to follow…