The Frenchman talked about how Los Blancos did an excellent job of reaching the final round with a chance to win the title and how they’ll give everything.
Real Madrid are ready to give their all
Real Madrid have just one match left in the 2020/21 LaLiga season, at home to Villarreal, and they have to win and hope Atletico Madrid slip up. However, Zinedine Zidane looked ahead to this fixture on Friday. The Frenchman talked about how Los Blancos did an excellent job of reaching the final round with a chance to win the title and how they’ll give everything. “It has been very tough, but we go to the final round ready to give our all,” he said. “We know who we are playing against, and Villarreal are a team that does everything very well.” There were also many questions about his future, but Zidane dismissed those questions because he wants to focus on the Matchday 38 fixture. “We have a game tomorrow; that’s the main thing,” he said.
Tomorrow’s match is all that interest Zidane and his team
“Then we will see because we have time to talk about that. Now is not the moment. Do you think that after 37 matches, we’re going to waste time next year now? Me or another person is not that important here. It is the team. Tomorrow is all that interests us. It’s true.” Various other questions followed about his future, with one directly asking Zidane if he believes Real Madrid could be a better squad with a different tactic at the helm. “Of course,” he replied curtly. Asked about his relationship with the dressing room and whether the various players would like Zidane to stay, the coach said he appreciated this. “I really love my players, and they always saved me on the pitch,” he said. “I will always appreciate them. For them to think good things of me is very nice.”
Finally, the coach was asked about Sergio Ramos’s situation with the national team and whether Luis Enrique should call him up. “I am not the coach of Spain, but if you ask me, I would always take him everywhere,” Zidane replied.