Published: Wed, September 13, 2017
Sports | By Grace Becker

Zidane: Real Madrid not dependent on returning Ronaldo

Zidane: Real Madrid not dependent on returning Ronaldo

Zinedine Zidane spoke to reporters ahead of Real Madrid's Champions League match against APOEL and analysed the game and the club's current situation, with Cristiano Ronaldo to return to the side as his five-game ban does not apply to European competition. "I hope Sunday is the last game of the season that he is not here".

"How much is it worth?"

"I would have liked Morata to stay but he wanted to play more first-team football elsewhere, which was his decision". "We can not talk about a dependency, but I always want him to be with us".

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"Cristiano doesn't just contribute goals, he's a leader, he always wants to win and he transmits that to everyone else". In the next three La Liga matches, Real have won one and drew three.

As well as Ronaldo, Zidane is set to recall Luka Modric and Keylor Navas after resting them to his side's cost against Levante, although Karim Benzema is out for at least a month with a hamstring injury.

"We all thought it was odd that Barcelona could not keep him but he is a great player and will be fantastic for them". We are all happy that he is with us.

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"Zidane? I've a very strong relationship with him, he makes his decisions with authority and gets them right".

Zidane was critical of his side after their display at the weekend, but said he and his players were relaxed despite drawing back-to-back league games for the first time in a year.

"We're happy to have Ronaldo back - physically he is very fit and mentally with all that has happened, with all the talk, he is in a good place".

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