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Zinedine Zidane set to leave Real Madrid at the end of the season

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Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane has revealed to his team that he will be leaving the club at the end of the season after last week’s La Liga game against Sevilla.

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The Spanish giants lost their lead in the La Liga title race with a costly draw against Sevilla last week, meaning Atlético de Madrid can win the title with two wins in their last two matches.

Los Blancos were level on points with Atletico, their superior head-to-head record against their city rivals meant they only needed to match the results of Diego Simeone’s side in the final three matches to win the title.

Zidane left the club in 2018 after the team’s victory in the Champions League final against Liverpool, but returned 18 months later when Julen Lopetegui and Santiago Solari were fired in quick succession.

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Zidane was promised a complete rebuilding of the squad, but the pandemic has proved costly for the Real, leaving the Frenchman’s grand plans in shambles.

The mental and physical strain of work has started to show in Zidane this season, and those close to the Frenchman suggested earlier in the season that this may be his last campaign at the Bernabéu.

According to Goal Zidane told his players after last weekend’s draw against Sevilla that he would walkout at the end of the season and does not want to continue as manager.

Zidane could take another break from football but he’s been heavily linked with a return to former club Juventus, where he is still valued.

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Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo is expected to depart Turin this summer after a difficult debut campaign with the Old Lady.

 

 

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