Zidane can be Real Madrid's saviour, says Isco

Heather Diaz
March 16, 2019

Paris Saint-Germain's Kylian Mbappe and Neymar have been among those linked with a move to Madrid, with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez joking on Monday, "I would like them both". "It's not the moment to talk about this".

But the coach said he would not be drawn on potential plans, adding: "I am not going to talk about this as the season is still ongoing".

Zidane returned to the Santiago Bernabeu earlier this week just 10 months after leaving the post having won a third successive Champions League title with Los Blancos.

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"The players, including those who have played less, are committed".

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"And of course that VAR, even though for me it's a penalty, you can still be unlucky and not get it in the last minute and then we'd be out and no one would really remember the PSG performance". I love him and I love this club, so here I am.

"I am not thinking about that, we have to think about finishing the season well", Zidane said.

"He left [Real Madrid] a lot of problems and I think he would have been another problem to the ones we already have if he had come".

"Why would they need to give me an explanation?", Mourinho responded to a question if Real Madrid offered him an explanation after missing the managerial role.

Isco has not been included in Spain boss Luis Enrique's 23-man squad for the games against Norway and Malta.

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