Zinedine Zidane confirmed as new Real Madrid manager

Posted March 12, 2019

A source present confirmed to ESPN FC that the incident did take place, but that it was not serious and that "everyone is tense" around the club at the moment given the recent defeats to Ajax and Barcelona [twice] which ended their chances in the Champions League, La Liga and Copa del Rey this season. "It's our obligation to carry on, to work and to evolve".

Then asked about Neymar or Mbappe, Perez said: "I'd take them both".

"There are certain commitments made and it never remotely went through my head that the game could have turned out as it did", Ramos wrote.

"Why did you record the documentary?".

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Immensely popular with most of the players, Zidane's appointment will nearly certainly lift morale in the dressing room, following a week in which captain Sergio Ramos has reportedly argued with club president Perez and been involved in a training ground spat with Marcelo.

Gareth Bale was one of the few not to see eye-to-eye with the Frenchman and Bale's future will become even more uncertain, should Zidane's appointment be confirmed. Ramos in particular will be beaming in the wake of the news, with the captain's dressing room disputes the Portuguese well documented. Dressing room issues are discussed and resolved in the dressing room.

"The only moment where I had this feeling was with Chelsea, not with Real Madrid". No one name makes the legend of Real Madrid, but we have all written that legend together.

During his first spell with the club, over the course of less than three seasons, he managed to win nine trophies.

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The 30-year-old Brazil left-back has always been a key figure at the Bernabeu but following Solari's appointment he lost his place in the team to Castilla product Sergio Reguilon.

Following Madrid's exit from the Champions League last week and their wretched domestic form, Solari has appeared on the verge of the sack with former president Ramon Calderon revealing in iweekend on Saturday that Mourinho could come in as early as this week.

According to European football journalist Guillem Balague, Zidane will return to the club just 10 months after leaving Los Blancos, having won a trio of European titles, which had never before been achieved in the competition's current format.

It seems it only required two conversations to twist his arm and Zidane is now back at the club that he has called home since July 2001.

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