Zinedine Zidane says Ronaldo's return to Real Madrid will be discussed next summer

Zinedine Zidane says Ronaldo's return to Real Madrid will be discussed next summer

- Zinedine Zidane speaks on Cristiano Ronaldo's potential return to Real Madrid

- The Frenchman was reappointed as Los Blancos manager after Solari's sacking

- The 1998 World Cup winner will begin his managerial duties against Celta Vigo

Zinedine Zidane returned as Real Madrid manager after the sacking of Santiago Solari and Cristiano Ronaldo's topic was brought during his unveiling.

Los Blancos have re-signed the 45-year-old as manager on a three-year deal after the European champions’ season collapsed within seven days.

The Frenchman won three consecutive Champions League titles before resigning last May, with Julen Lopetegui employed as his replacement, but got the boot after four months.

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Ronaldo who also left the Bernabeu for Juventus, played a vital role in Zidane's successful first spell, and has already been linked with a return to the Spanish capital.

But Zidane was reluctant to speak on a potential return of the Portuguese talisman who scored 450 goals in 438 games for Real but insisted on focusing on the remaining games of this season.

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"That is not today's issue," he said. "We have 11 games to play, then we will see for next year. We all know Cristiano, one of the best players in this club's history.

“But today is not for talking about these things. I am not thinking yet about that. The most important thing is to be back at the club, and I am just thinking now about these 11 games.

“We will have time to look at the rest, with the appropriate people, then we will plan for next season."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Sergio Ramos took to his Twitter handle to set the record straight if he will still playing for Real Madrid next season following argument with president Florentino Perez.

A couple of Spanish news media outlets claim Perez slammed the Real captain for their disgraceful outing in the Champions League against Ajax.

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