- Zinedine Zidane has revealed he will not be coaching for too long
- The Real Madrid boss claims being a manager has worn him out
- Zidane began his second spell at the Bernabeu since March 2019
Zinedine Zidane has made a statement about quitting his coaching career sooner than expected after claiming he is worn out as manager of Real Madrid.
The 48-year-old is currently on his second spell as Los Blancos boss after returning to the club in March 2019.
Since his return at the Santiago Bernabeu, Zidane's men are presently leading La Liga table with two points above their fiercest rivals Barcelona.
But Zidane has opened up about the stresses and strains of the role are managing a huge club like Madrid.
And before the win against Espanyol, the Frenchman said: "I won't coach for 20 years. I'll retire before that.
"I'm an unusual coach, anything could happen. I'm not planning anything. It's the day-to-day that excites me. For how long, I don't know.
"In my head I've always been a player. I played for 18 or 19 years, and after that when people asked me if I'd be a coach, I said no.
"Then I decided to become one. This really wears you out. It won't be 20 years, that's for sure."
Zidane has had a remarkable coaching spell so far, winning three successive Champions League crowned between 2016 and 2018.
Before that, he had been coaching the Team B in 2014 many years after retiring as a player after eight years as a Madridista.
He graduated into the first team and worked as Carlo Ancelotti's assistant before he was given the top job after Rafa Benitez was sacked during 2016-17 and won La Liga in his first season.
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Katia added that her mum Dolores was there in time to save her from being inflicted with serious injuries.
The 43-year-old shared what growing up was like with her daily many years in an emotional post on Instagram as she posted a picture of the house she and her brother grew up in.
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