Zinedine Zidane held a press conference today and the majority of the questions were around the possible arrival of Neymar at Real Madrid.
On Neymar joining Real Madrid, the French coach said: "You know that I'm only thinking about what we'll do in tomorrow's match. The only thing the staff and the players need to focus on is the game."
When quizzed whether Neymar would be a difference-maker at the club: "The players who are, are the ones I have. Until the 2nd September anything could happen, just like with every other club. Players could leave, others might arrive. That's why I want the 2nd to arrive so I'm not asked these questions any more."
The questions kept coming and the next was whether signing Neymar would force some players to leave. "The ones that are here want to stay here and that's the most important. The rest... we'll see."
Zidane insisted he wants Keylor Navas to stay and on Bale, it was a similar line. "The player wants to stay and that's the most important thing."