Amid locker room gossip of an imminent exit, head coach Zinedine Zidane is uncertain about his Real Madrid future.
Zidane is contracted with Real till 2022, but, as he himself says, anyone’s future at the club is always dubious.
In saying so, Zidane admits that change could be on the cards this summer.
Thus, he is unable to offer any guarantees on his future as Real Madrid manager.
Zidane is uncertain about his Real Madrid future, with the Frenchman admitting that “anything could happen” this summer.
The 48-year-old is coy when quizzed on the chances of the agreement of staying till 2022.
Many in the Madrid camp, at least, expect Zidane to walk away at the end of the season.
After his own players gossip about an exit in the Real Madrid locker room, the World Cup winner himself concedes to a possibility.
Asked about his future, Zidane told reporters: “I don’t know what’s going to happen.
“Anything could happen because this is Real Madrid. I give my all. Then a moment might come when there’s a need for change for the good of all,” he added.
“There are times when you need to be there and times when not, but for everyone’s benefit and not just mine,” he explained his own philosophy, as answer to questions about his future.
“I make the most of every moment. You don’t know what will happen in two or three years,,” Zidane continued.
“When I see my players train, it makes me emotional. I like seeing my players train. Then the matches come, but it’s also about the day-to-day work.”
“I’m here now and we have a match tomorrow,” he said, ahead of a crunch clash with Athletic Club on Sunday.
Now, a question to ask is who would replace Zidane at Real Madrid?