Zinedine Zidane's Actual Madrid return CONFIRMED: Santiago Solari changed by ex-boss

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With the return of Zidane to the Bernabeu, Bale's future at the club has once again been cast into doubt.

Isco was virtually ostracized as his relationship with Solari deteriorated and his return would most certainly show a chance of ideas with Zidane's return. Real Madrid were dealt with a double knockout blow in the summer of 2018 which they clearly haven't recovered from.

Zidane then quickly guided the team to Champions League glory, but this time he will be without the club's all-time top scorer Cristiano Ronaldo.

The 21-year-old will provide competition for veteran defender Sergio Ramos and World Cup victor Raphael Varane next season, as Madrid look to refresh an ageing squad under Zidane's leadership.

"I do not think about that", Zidane said.

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Zidane cemented his Madrid legacy during a glittering 28-month reign that began in January 2016 and saw him lift three Champions League titles and a LaLiga crown.

That loss came after a defeat to Barcelona in the Copa del Rey, which saw them dumped out of cup at the semi-final stage. Zizou is certain to have made the right impression on the Spaniard with his choice of words."Isco just wants to play football, nothing else". "But it's not the time to talk about that".

Madrid have secured the once-capped Brazil player on a six-year contract, with the club reported to have triggered his €50 million (A$80 million) release clause. What this means going forward?

Mbappe's team-mate Neymar is also thought to be of interest to Madrid, and while Zidane would not be drawn on transfer plans, he did reference the two PSG players' elite ability. This could mean the end for Gareth Bale at Los Blancos.

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