Announced on the start this summer, the Frenchman said his only concern remains the race for the La Liga title until next weekend.
Yesterday afternoon, Real Madrid stayed alive in the La Liga title race by defeating the smallest of marks on Athletic Bilbao’s pitch thanks to a goal from Nacho. Still second in the standings, the Merengues are two points behind Atlético Madrid and there is only one day of the championship left. Visiting a post-match conference, French coach Zinedine Zidane also took the opportunity to take stock of his future.
” My future ? I don’t know what’s going to happen. Anything can happen, it’s Real Madrid. My strength is everyday life, I don’t see myself beyond everyday life. I am not looking at the past or the future, all that matters is the present. How can I tell my players that I am leaving when we play our life in La Liga? You can say whatever you want away from home, but I will never say that to my players (…) It’s a lie, I am focusing on this end of the season. ”
Real must imperatively win against Villareal and hope for a defeat or a draw for Atletico Madrid to be champion of Spain.