Real Madrid don’t want any further players, says Zidane

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Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has no real interest in bringing in any further players earlier than the switch window closes subsequent week, he mentioned on Tuesday.

Madrid still appeared like a piece in progress in Saturday’s scrappy 3-2 win over Real Betis after drawing their first game of the season 0-Zero at Real Sociedad, however the Frenchman doesn’t imagine including to his squad is the reply.

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“We already have a lot of players, why would we want to add any more?,” Zidane informed a information convention forward of Wednesday’s residence game towards Real Valladolid.

“It is already very difficult to pick a team, because all the players are very good, so why add more. The market is open until Oct. 5 but I’m very happy with what I have. This squad is mine and for me they are the best.”

Zidane will likely be with out Germany midfielder Toni Kroos towards Valladolid and Sunday’s journey to Levante, however he mentioned Eden Hazard was getting nearer to returning to motion.

There have been questions on Hazard’s weight, however Zidane dismissed any strategies the Belgian ahead had an unprofessional angle, placing his lack of influence at Real following his 100 million-euro shift last yr down to 2 ankle accidents.

“I don’t think he’s unprofessional, he’s just had a very big problem which has been bothering him for a long time. What we want is for him to not feel any discomfort again, so we need to wait,” he added.

“It’s a long season and he wants to be back on the pitch with his team mates so he can play well and help us out.

“He’s getting very close, he’s training regularly with us and getting into shape and getting ready to come back.”

Due to renovation work on their Santiago Bernabeu stadium, Madrid are persevering with to play residence matches at their coaching field, where they gained all six matches on the finish of last season.

[Attribution HT.]

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