Zidane: I've already been presented here as coach and that's enough

The Madrid coach doesn't want an event to mark a new contract

An agreement's in place for him to remain in charge until 2020

Zidane no quiere estar en el acto protocolario de su renovación
Zidane no quiere estar en el acto protocolario de su renovación | EFE

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane does not want to the star of an event, alongside Florentino Perez and Emilio Butragueño, to show off his new contract with the club. 


Several Madrid players have signed new deals in recent weeks -- including Isco, Marco Asensio, Marcelo and Karim Benzema, among others -- and all have seen their new terms presented in front of the media. 

However, speaking before Madrid's home La Liga game against Espanyol this weekend, Zidane said he does not want to follow the same route. 

Zidane's agreed new terms with the club, which were due to expire next summer, until 2020. It's a three year renewal which sees him earn almost eight million euros per season. 

However, there's still nothing official. There's an agreement but there's not been the official act and the protocol of the photograph. 

On the matter, though, Zidane was quite clear: ""I have already been presented here as coach. That's enough."



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