Real Madrid Coach Zinedine Zidane has dropped a hint that he could quit the club this summer, MySportDab reports.
Real Madrid won the La Liga title this week after a 2-1 win against Villarreal.
Los Blancos remain top of La Liga, seven points ahead of Barcelona heading into the season-finale against Leganes.
Real will now have three weeks to prepare for their Champions League last-16 2nd leg against Manchester City.
City have a 2-1 advantage from their first leg before the coronavirus break.
But a defeat for Real Madrid at the Etihad could be Zidane’s final match at the club.
However, Zidane refused to commit whether he would stay in his position for the 2020/21 season.
“I am here, but nobody knows what’s going to happen,” Zidane said.
“I still have a contract and am comfortable. In football anything can happen, a lot can chang from one day to another. I can’t say how long I will be here.
“I am just lucky to be here. I enjoy my work here day to day.”
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Zidane was further questioned about his future plans but refused to provide more details away.
“There are a lot to play for,” he added.
“We have three weeks and there is competition.
“We can’t talk about next year without this year ending.
“Things are done carefully. We will see.”
The UEFA Champions League will be finished in a mini-tournament scheduled for Portugal next month.
Real Madrid are desperate to reach the next stage but they face a difficult trip at Manchester City.