Zinedine Zidane suggests the Champions League disappointment will not have any impact on his future at Real Madrid.
Real Madrid’s 2019/20 season ended on a sour note as they were knocked out of the Champions League by Manchester City with a 4-2 aggregate loss.
Los Blancos have enjoyed immense success in the competition in the last few years, managing an exceptional task of three consecutive wins and four in five seasons between 2013/14 and 2017/18. And elimination at such an early stage of the season is a shock for the fans.
Zinedine Zidane’s men, however, can look back to their La Liga triumph, their first league title since 2017.
Zidane feels that his team have done enough this season as now need a well-deserved time off before the start of the next one.
“Well, I’m here. I’m Madrid’s coach until something happens which is out of the ordinary,” the Frenchman told reporters [via Goal].
“You don’t have to think anything. I am the coach of Madrid, and that’s it. There are no more questions to ask in this regard.
“Now we are all going to rest and we will return to have a great season. I think we’ve still got to be happy with the season. We will see what will happen next season. For now, we rest a little.”