Real Madrid unveil plans for 'digital stadium of the future'

Real Madrid unveil plans for 'digital stadium of the future'

Real Madrid unveil plans for 'digital stadium of the future'

"The players here have the character to deal with it".

"I think United will try and make a statement and say 'we're rebuilding, we want to be the top dogs again and we're not selling our best player'".

"And in late April, the winners of a competition to carry out the construction will be announced, with the goal of beginning as soon as possible following the end of the season". He found a way to transfer the talent he had as a player to his role as coach to direct and manage the dressing room.

"I will confirm - there will be changes, but this is not the moment to talk about that. We have to finish the season then we'll see".

Raphael Varane has been linked with a move to Manchester United among other clubs for a while now, and with his future not sorted yet, the questions are coming hard and fast for Zidane.

Asked about reports that defender Raphael Varane had told teammates he wanted to leave, Zidane said: "He has said nothing to me".

"We are already doing that [planning], although things will be made public at the end of the season", he said.

"But there is an institution here, this is an important club, with people in charge".

"I like him but I don't think so".

Zidane's management style was also highly praised by Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, who also gave his personal insight into working with the three-time Champions League-winning manager.

Speaking to LaLiga, Casillas, who is under the mentorship of the 46-year-old head coach, has explained how Zidane has transformed from a world-class player to a coach.

"And it will make Real Madrid more competitive at a time when the footballing landscape is becoming ever less certain".

"So when you're not dominating, you've got a lot of work to do without the ball".

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