‘I have taken the decision not to continue next year,’ he told reporters in a stream of the conference from Real Madrid’s official YouTube channel.
‘This is the right moment for everyone, it might seem a bit strange, but it had to be done for the good of everyone, the players, the club, and myself. This team must keep winning, and it needs a change after three years, another voice, another method of working.’
This follows Zidane enjoying remarkable success as Real boss in his two and a half seasons in charge, winning three Champions League titles and one La Liga title in that time.
Florentino Perez was quoted as saying he was disappointed with the decision as he’d hoped Zidane could be a long-term manager for the Spanish giants.
zidane champions leagueZinedine Zidane won three Champions League finals in a row with Real Madrid Known for being one of the best players in the world during his playing days, he has already won more Champions League titles than big names like Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola.
One imagines a number of top clubs could be queuing up for him as he becomes available.
After achieving so much success with Real Madrid, do you think it was right time for Zinedine Zidane to leave Los Blancos? 🏆 pic.twitter.com/w0hm2GhUb8— SuperSport (@SuperSportTV) 31 May 2018