Zidane: I didn't leave Madrid to take France job

Zidane: I didn't leave Madrid to take France job

Two stints with Spain - one while still at Madrid - could not match the 1964 team's glory, but they came close. However, he remains one of the most dynamic attacking players in European football and provided everyone with a reminder of his ability with an astonishing brace in the Champions League final.

Unfortunately, Bale will have to be content with watching his Real Madrid team mate Cristiano Ronaldo take centre stage this summer as Wales failed to qualify for this year's competition.

Lopetegui's playing career included a spell at Real, although he made just one appearance and was mainly loaned out to Las Palmas.

It is worth noting that Belgium are certainly not short of quality in midfield - Kevin de Bryne, Alex Witsel, Mousa Dembele and Marouane Fellaini were all selected ahead of Nainggolan. La Liga is totally different to the Premier League.

"I know him well, and I know that he represents whichever institution he is a part of very well".

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No goalkeeper had been named the Sir Matt Busby player of the year before, yet De Gea has won the award in four of the past five seasons, more than any player since it began 30 years ago. The Portugal international is angry at the club for their latest "derisory" contract offer, per Jesus Sanchez at Marca.

Spain coach Julen Lopetegui will replace Zinedine Zidane in charge of Real Madrid after the World Cup, the Spanish giants said Tuesday in a surprise move.

"Football is football and a thousand things can happen".

Prior to taking on the Spain job, he managed Portuguese side Porto for 18 months.

Zidane, who scored twice in the 3-0 final victory over Brazil in 1998, was talking on the eve of a gala match pitching the World Cup-winning French team, minus then-captain Didier Deschamps who is now in Russia with the France team, against an international XI to mark the 20th anniversary of France's win.