Zidane, on his future: “I’m going to make it very easy for the club”

Real Madrid drains its physical reserves while the season is consumed and the last succession of fallen also carries a certain farewell aroma. In the April classic, Lucas Vázquez, whose contract expires in less than two months, was injured in the second leg of the Champions semi-final against Chelsea, Sergio Ramos fell, also in the last days of his contract in force. The center-back, who precisely reappeared at Stamford Bridge after a muscle injury suffered on his previous return, suffers “tendinosis of the semimembranous muscle of the left leg,” according to the medical part published this Saturday. Even Zinedine Zidane, with a signed year still ahead, has pointed more to the imminent June 30: “I’m going to make it very easy for the club,” he said.

The French coach, as in many previous public appearances, has avoided commenting on whether he sees himself on the Real Madrid bench for another year, and also, as on all those occasions, has redirected attention to the next match. This Sunday (9pm, Movistar LaLiga) they host Sevilla at the Alfredo di Stéfano. And with four games to go in the championship, Real Madrid still have options to win the title. “The theme is the four games, to finish well. That is what encourages me. The rest is blah blah, ”he said. “The rest we will see later.”

Before that time comes, it is even possible that Sergio Ramos could play again, according to club sources. Although the relapse of the captain, on his return, bothers Zidane: “As a concern I do have it, because there are many injuries. All the clubs are going through the same thing, but I think that we are the team with the most. I’m worried, ”he said. “We have reached the end of the season and I hope that next year the situation will change. With a preseason, it will be a more normal season ”.

The coach explained that Ramos was “at 100%” in the last training session before playing against Chelsea, and that is why he lined up, but “after 90 minutes he has suffered.”

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