- 23 January
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Zidane: I won’t ask for new Real Madrid contract
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane says there are no talks planned over a new contract and that he will not be initiating discussions.
Zidane returned to the Santiago Bernabeu last year for a second spell as coach and immediately led Madrid to the Primera Division in his first full season back.
And despite a rocky start to the current campaign, Madrid have embarked on an excellent recent run of form which has seen them re-enter La Liga’s title race and win their Champions League group.
“I have nothing in mind, I have a contract until 2022 and I will not ask for anything,” Zidane told reporters.
“Every moment here is great and I am fortunate to say I am in the best club in the world.
“I hope that the players will stay and we build more success.”
Zidane won an unprecedented three Champions League titles in a row during his first spell as manager of Madrid.
This Sunday evening, the Blancos take on Eibar.