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The tasks facing Zidane as he returns to Real Madrid

12 March 2019

As a outcome, manager Santiago Solari's future at the club seems to be uncertain, as well as the futures of a few first-team players, namely Marcelo.

He has been heavily linked with the Chelsea job in recent months, due to the pressure on current manager Maurizio Sarri.

Zidane won an unprecedented three consecutive Champions League titles with the Spanish giants before resigning in May previous year, with his replacement Julen Lopetegui sacked in October and Solari lasting just over four months in charge.

Reserve-team boss Solari came in as caretaker before being given a contract to 2021 on 13 November.

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Sergio Ramos has produced a personal Instagram Q&A to show he has not been hiding from the spotlight during a torrid period at Real Madrid.

The Blues forward has made no secret of his admiration of Zidane, saying in 2017 that it would "be a dream" to play under the legendary Frenchman. There's no problem whatsoever and everybody has the same interest: "@realmadrid".

"I do not want to forget what we won [the Champions League], but also not forget the bad things we did all together past year", he said. The club hosts Celta Vigo at 11:15 a.m. Saturday at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez (left) and Zinedine Zidane pictured last June when the French football great announced he was stepping down.

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When Zidane took to the podium to speak, the Real icon highlighted his joy at being back at the club, but also emphasised the importance of finishing the season well before looking ahead to the new campaign.

The report also claims that Real Madrid are set to make a number of changes at the end of the season and Isco could leave as a result of those changes.

Lopetegui's rein didn't go according to plan, though, and the club appointed Santiago Solari in October.

Perez later added: "The best manager in the world has rejoined the club".

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As Real lost 4-1 to Ajax at the Bernabeu, Ramos was pictured in a personalised executive box while surrounded by TV cameras, leading to suggestions he was more interested in his personal image than actually watching the match. I'm not happy with what has happened.

The tasks facing Zidane as he returns to Real Madrid