‘My Real Madrid Contract Means Nothing’- Under Pressure Manager Zinedine Zidane Speaks Out


Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, has admitted that his contract with the club “means nothing”.

Zidane stated this after their 2-2 draw against second-tier Numancia in the Copa del Rey on Wednesday.

Madrid progressed 5-2 on aggregate thanks to their 3-0 first-leg win, but that remains their only win in four matches.

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In the league, Zidane’s men are 16 points behind leaders Barcelona.

“I just go game to game, year to year,” Zidane, who agreed a new Madrid deal in September, said.

“I cannot think two or three years down the line, as I know how it is here, even having a contract, which means nothing.

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“It is not easy for the players who play less. We played a good game. We maybe lacked a bit of gas at the end.”

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