Zinedine Zidane defends faltering Real Madrid


But Zidane has credit in the bank after guiding the team to an unprecedented five trophies in 2017 and contrary to reports emanating from Madrid and echoed in Barcelona no decision has been taken over his future.

"I'm exhausted of hearing that Madrid is struggling", Zidane said on Friday.

"What we have to do is not listen to what they [the media] say", he said. "It's pretty to talk negatively about Real Madrid, it sells more". However, the 3-0 loss to Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu just before Christmas may have sealed the fate of Zinedine Zidane career at Real Madrid.

"All that they say about Real Madrid is negative and that is not right, I do not see it that way". The situation is what it is, and we have to try to make the most out of it.

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Although they qualified for the quarter-finals of the King's Cup knockout competition on Wednesday following a 2-2 draw at home to second division Numancia, there was little reason for cheer following another lackluster display from Zinedine Zidane's side as none of the fringe players except Lucas Vazquez were able to give a case for a promotion into Saturday's starting 11. It has never been able to overcome this big of a gap and win La Liga. "We have to show on the field that we are improving", Zidane said. It may have been a second string side Zidane put out but once again, as is seemingly becoming a habit, results are not going the way he wants and the expectant club hierarchy expect."It was a hard match". "I think Thibaut first".

"He came in a hard moment, he has achieved something for the first time in the history of the Champions League since it started in '93- the first team to win two consecutive Champions Leagues and in one of them he also won the Spanish league ahead of Barcelona, so I think he has done a fantastic job this season".

"In each season there are hard moments but we have everything to move forward".