Zinedine Zidane met with journalists on Friday. Los Blancos coach talked about Real Madrid’s schedule, players’ mood, Gareth Bale, and the situation in the locker room.
What’s happening with Gareth Bale?
As you may know, Gareth Bale played both games for the national team. Welsh player helped Wales to qualify for Euro 2020. Bale played with his heart and proved that he is a decisive player for any club.
After the international break, Bale trolled Real Madrid with the national flag. Overall, the flag was not a problem, but the text on it suggesting that Los Blancos is the last thing in Gareth’s mind.
Journalists asked Zidane about Bale, but the coach said that he is still focused on Welshman. Real Madrid’s coach said that Bale is decisive, and he will score many vital goals for Los Merengues this season.
Zidane said that journalists are creating drama from every little situation, and it’s too much. French coach said that Bale is a very hard-working player, so that he will be a leading player in the club this season. Zidane also noted that he had already talked with Bale after returning from the international break.
Match against Real Sociedad
Zinedine mentioned that match against Sociedad would be very tough. French noted that the team couldn’t play properly at the Santiago Bernabeu, so they have to prove their worth again.
Zidane said that taking three points will be crucial before Champions League break. Three points against Sociedad would help Los Blancos players to boost productivity and positivity.
Jose Mourinho and Tottenham
Journalists asked Zidane about the situation in Tottenham and Jose Mourinho’s return in the Premier League. The French coach was impressed by the question because he is not related to any topic about Tottenham or Jose. Zidane wished Jose a successful coaching career in Tottenham.
Loyalty to Real Madrid
Zidane noted that commitment is essential, and he won’t coach any other teams in Spain. French coach said that he is a die-hard fan of Real Madrid and it’s impossible for him to coach another Spanish club.