Zinedine Zidane has confirmed that Real Madrid will be bringing in some heavy changes this summer. The Madrid gaffer has said that the club needs new faces and although it does not mean that old players have to leave, the club can only have a limited squad size.
Asked whether he would need to sell the likes of Bale in order to make room for a signing such as the Chelsea forward, Zidane told reporters: “No. But it’s going to be a squad.
“If you buy players, you have to accept we’re a squad of 24 or 25, and if we buy players then it’s clear that someone has to make way.
“But this is a normal thing of any club’s staff. What I see is that you only ask me, despite the situation being the same in all the teams and coaches that change things.”
“It’s true that there have not been many signings in recent years,” said Zidane.
“But this year there will be more.”
When asked to choose between which of the two keepers between Thibaut Courtois and Keylor Navas will stay next season, Zidane chose to remain coy on the matter.
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