Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane admits he won’t stop fighting until his last day at the Santiago Bernabeu
Although Los Blancos sit at the top of the La Liga table as the only unbeaten side after seven rounds of fixtures, the Frenchman has come under fire following Real’s underwhelming performance against Club Brugge in the Champions League.
The very man who led the Madrid heavyweights to three successive titles in Europe’s top-tier competition has struggled to pick up a win in the opening two games this season.
Real’s inability to shine in the Champions League has cast doubt on Zidane’s future in the Spanish capital, but the 47-year-old is ready to put up a fight.
“I know where I am, and that’s always the case,” he said in the build-up to Real’s La Liga clash with second-placed Granada.
“That’s what the role of a coach is like for all of us. I’m going to fight right until my last day because I enjoy what I do and feel as if I’m up to it,” he added, according to BBC.
Los Merengues entertain Nazaríes at the Bernabeu on Saturday afternoon, looking to post their seventh consecutive home triumph in top-flight head-to-head meetings.