- Zinedine Zidane has disclosed Real Madrid will be making changes this summer
- The Frenchman also found time to react on Eden Hazard and other transfer links with Los Blancos
- Zidane returned as Real Madrid manager last week, less than 12 months after leaving
Zinedine Zidane has hinted that Real Madrid will experience a lot of changes at the end of the season.
According to UK Express, the Frenchman, who returned to familiar terrain at the Santiago Bernabeu last week, less than 12 months after quitting the role, did not disclose which squad member is leaving or potential arrivals.
Zidane was in excellent mood after the Los Blancos returned to winning ways after seeing off Celta Vigo 2-0 in his first game of second spell.
Reacting moments after the game concerning Chelsea star Eden Hazard, who has been repeatedly linked with a switch to Real Madrid, with the Belgium captain revealing his desire to play for the Galaticos.
"We will have changes [in the summer], but I cannot say anything more," Zidane stressed.
"I will not be here each 10 games thinking if someone played well they will stay, he played badly he must go,” Zidane added.
Interestingly, the report further suggest that Hazard’s move to Real Madrid is likely to spell doom for Gareth Bale.
The former Tottenham star has not being at his best this campaign as Los Blancos supporters usually make gesture at the Welshman.
Speaking about Zidane’s transfer plans going forward, Spanish league veteran Guillem Balague insists the French World Cup winner will command more decision-making powers this time.
“Zinedine Zidane wanted [Gareth] Bale out [of the club] last summer and didn’t manage to get his way,” Balague recalled.
“Now he’s back [as manager] and one of the things he got was more authority from the club to make decisions.
“He won’t be the only one making them but will be a part of those decisions.
“I think he will try to get Bale out of the club.
“They don’t get on, they have different personalities. They are water and oil.
“They are in the same place but not together,” Balague summed up.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Real Madrid enjoyed a winning start in Zinedine Zidane second spell as Los Blancos boss with a 2-0 victory over Celta Vigo on Saturday, March 16, at Santiago Bernabeu.
The encounter saw Celta Vigo came close to netting the opener after Pione Sisto pass found Maxi Gomez, but his header could not beat Keylor Navas, who was spot on to push the ball over the crossbar.
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