Big differences between Zidane and Perez hit the royal club

3 February 2020 : French sources claimed that there were differences between Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane and club president Florentino Perez.

According to “soccerlink” Website, Zidane will not be the coach of the team next season, and he will leave his post at the end of the current season by canceling the contract by mutual consent with the club management.

Despite the good results achieved by the Algerian coach, accompanied by Real Madrid in the recent period, by regaining the top of the domestic league from Barcelona and winning the Spanish Super title and qualifying for the Champions League final and progress in the King’s Cup competition, the French site acknowledged the departure of Zidane at the end of the season.

The French website attributed the reason for the differences to Peres’ policy in the transfer market, especially the failure to meet Zidane’s request to sign Paul Pogba and to take less-than-expected steps to win the player.


Barcelona president is confident that Messi will remain in the club.


Barcelona club president Josep Maria Bartomeu i Floreta has confirmed that Lionel Messi remains with the first team until the end of his professional career or when he himself decides to leave.

Bartomeo made the remarks at a ceremony sponsored by the Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo, where “World Sports” awards were distributed in the presence of many football figures and players.

He said that: “Messi will end up in Barcelona whenever he wants. It is a life-long relationship and Lionel knows this clearly and understands what it means for everyone here.” and added that “There are a lot of games that Messi participated in and many years of good football from playing and titles, which made us enjoy, let us enjoy it even though he has fewer years than before.”

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