Zinedine Zidane does not know when his reign at Real Madrid might end.
The Frenchman is closing in on four years since his appointment as the Galacticos boss.
While that four-year stint was broken up by a sabbatical period in between, Zidane has no certainty behind how long he is going remain in the Bernabeu hot seat. His contract is set until 2022 and there have been no talks of extending that deal.
Zidane said, “I’m lucky enough to say I’m manager of Real Madrid and take advantage of every moment. I can’t say a month, a year or four years. Life is just about the day to day.
“That’s what I’m interested in: the day to day, to give everything I can, in every training session, every game. That’s what I’m interested in. The rest? I don’t know what’s going to happen in one week. That’s why we have to take advantage of the moment.”
Real have a chance of moving ahead of Atletico Madrid if they win against Celta Vigo next. The current table-toppers have two games in hand which means they have a strong advantage.
“Being first means you have an advantage, and that’s it,” Zidane explained. “We just have to keep on going. We can’t control [Atleti being favourites].
“They have an advantage because they’re first, and that’s it. People are speaking a lot about Atletico now, because, as I said, they’re first. But the nice thing about this league, right up until the end, it’s going to be an open league – as it always is. We’ll see.”
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