On the eve of Real Madrid’s trip to Leganes, Zinedine Zidane has spoken about the inevitable summer changes his team has to go through at the end of the season
The reigning Champions League holders have endured an underwhelming season, as they face a trophyless campaign for the first time in five years.
Already dumped out of Europe’s elite competition, Los Blancos currently sit 14 points adrift of Barcelona in La Liga with no chance of closing the gap on arch-rivals.
Leganes and Los Merengues will face-off against each other in Monday’s La Liga showdown, and Zidane has talked about Real’s plans for the upcoming transfer session in the build-up to the match.
“All my players are important and good, but we are going to make changes,” he said.
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“The changes will be made known at the end of the season,” Zidane stated. “We will see what changes we make and which players we will change.”
With several players underperforming for the entire season, Florentino Perez has already prepared the summer overhaul that could see some of Real’s main stars departing the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
Gareth Bale could lead the exodus, with Marcelo, Marco Asensio, Isco Alarcon, and Luka Modric all waiting to understand their future in Spain’s capital.