Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has threatened to quit if club board does not adhere to his transfer policy for next season.
The Frenchman is in his second spell in charge of Los Blancos and on Saturday revealed that he will leave the club if he is hindered from making the decisions he feels are best for the team.
“When next season starts I will say who will be the first goalkeeper, the second and third. The decision will be mine. Who do you think makes the team? I am the coach. That’s clearer than water. If I do not do what I want on my team, I’m leaving. That’s clear, ” Zidane said in his press conference ahead of Madrid’ s last LaLiga game against Real Betis on Sunday.
The former France international is likely to make a lot of changes to the Real side, who will finish the season trophyless and 3rd behind city rivals Atletico and champions Barcelona, and reports indicate that Welshman Gareth Bale is one of the players likely to leave the club to make way for new additions.