Live Real Madrid blog: Mauricio Pochettino shows no loyalty to Tottenham amid Los Blancos link

Sport360 staff 22:00 01/06/2018
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10:00pm – Pochettino displays lack of loyalty

Stuart Appleby looks at why Mauricio Pochettino showed a real lack of allegiance to his current employers Tottenham by going on the record to declare his interest in the Real Madrid job.

Read it here.

7:00pm – Kovacic planning Los Blancos stay

Kovacic is likely to stay at the Bernabeu.

Mateo Kovacic has no intention of leaving Real Madrid this summer, according to the Croatian star’s agent.

The Los Blancos central midfielder, who impressed against Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich in the Champions League, has struggled to hold down a place consistently in a high-class midfield containing Luka ModricToni Kroos and Isco.

Read more here.

3:55pm – Zidane: Frenchman made immaculate call in leaving Real Madrid now

It was the right time for Zidane to leave on a high, writes Stuart Appleby.

Read the full comment here.

2:36pm – Rafael Nadal hopes Zinedine Zidane returns to Real Madrid in the future

Celebrity Madridista Rafael Nadal paid tribute to Zinedine Zidane — who shocked the football world on Thursday by announcing he has resigned as Real Madrid coach — and hopes the Frenchman returns to the Spanish club in the future.

The Spanish world No. 1 admits that, like the rest of the world, he did not expect Thursday’s sudden news of Zidane’s departure.

Read Nadal’s quotes here.

1:25pm – Deschamps backs Zinedine Zidane to step into his role

France national team manager Didier Deschamps says former teammate Zinedine Zidane will follow in his footsteps “one day”.

Zidane announced his shock decision to resign from his role as Real Madrid manager on Thursday, and the player who led France to the 1998 World Cup trophy has previously been backed to take the reins of Les Blues.

Read what Deschamps had to say about Zidane here.

1:10pm – Zidane may be Madrid’s most successful manager of all-time

Nine trophies in less than three seasons. Wildly successful seems like an understatement. Is he already Madrid’s greatest ever manager?

Check out his ridiculous stats as Madrid boss.

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