Zinedine Zidane hits out at 'lies' regarding Isco's future

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"I want Isco [in my team] and I want him to spend his whole life here".

In the meantime, however, there are updates on Conte himself, two Real Madrid players and Swansea's Tammy Abraham.

He said: "You were all asking before why I did not want to sign players in January".

The only competition left for Real this season is the Champions League and with Paris Saint-Germain as their opponents in the round of 16 it will not be an easy task for Los Blancos to retain their title. 'I said I've always believed in my team and I will do until the very end.

"I have full faith in my team. It is a lie, and I am answering in order to put an end to this", added the Frenchman of the Spanish media report which claimed he had asked Real president Florentino Perez to find a buyer for the 25-year-old at the end of this campaign.

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"He was my idol when I was a child, I have seen thousands of videos about him and now he is the manager of one of the best clubs in the world, so yes, it is a luxury [to hear his praise]." said Hazard.

"Isco's one of them". With Zidane giving Isco less substantial starts in the La Liga where Real Madrid's title defence has been shattered emphatically by Clasico rivals FC Barcelona, rumours of Spanish worldwide joining forces with the likes of Guardiola, Mourinho and Pochettino have been increased subsequently.

The Italian defender tugged at the French star's shirt, exchanged words before the Real Madrid playmaker took leave of his senses and head-butted Materazzi in the chest. "We don't know how the season will finish but we still believe we can do very good things". We must try and be more consistent. "No matter what happens, we know that we can turn things around and I want the fans to be beside us and I know they will be", the 45-year old said.

"I think we all have pressure".

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