The Cameroon international is a big fan of Zinedine Zidane and does not believe that he has to win the UEFA Champions League to prove himself as the best to anyone.
Zidane is a very shy guy
Geremi Njitap has won the UEFA Champions League twice at Real Madrid, won the Premier League twice at Chelsea. With his two former teams set to do a clash in the semi-finals of Europe’s major competition, he has given his eye on the tie. The Cameroon international is a big fan of Zinedine Zidane and does not believe that he has to win the UEFA Champions League to prove himself as the best to anyone. “Since we both speak French, I helped Zidane a lot with his adaptation at Real Madrid,” Geremi told reporters. “He is a bashful guy; he had a lot of experience as a player and now shows that if you work, you can go wherever you want.”
“Zizou is a guy who loves what he does, and only he can decide what he wants to do in the future. I think he will continue with Real Madrid.”
“If Zidane wins another UEFA Champions League, it’s something we’ve never seen in the world before, but even if he doesn’t win it, he’s the best coach in the football world. When you look at his career as a coach, you can see that he has only been managing for a few years but has won many titles. His winning percentage is the best: he is younger but has many titles.” After asking who he thought would win the tie between his former clubs, Geremi couldn’t say. Chelsea or Real Madrid? I can’t choose, I want both of them to win,” he said. “It’s like choosing between mom or dad. May the best team win.” Geremi remembered his time at Real Madrid. “When I arrived at Madrid, the first thing I was told was “you are in the best club in the world to win titles,” he recalled.