Real Madrid Star Signs Contract With €700 Million Release Clause

Real Madrid Star Signs Contract With €700 Million Release Clause

Real Madrid Star Signs Contract With €700 Million Release Clause

New Barca coach Ernesto Valverde must therefore try to down the European and Spanish champions with a weaker squad than the one which missed out to Real for the LaLiga title last season.

Zinedine Zidane said he is happy to sign a new contract at Real Madrid but admitted he knows only results on the pitch will guarantee he actually sees it out.

Ronaldo only returned to training with his team-mates last weekend on their return from a tour of the USA, having been given an extended break following Portugal's participation in the Confederations Cup and a Spanish court appearance in Madrid over allegations of tax evasion.

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However, Iniesta allayed any fears on Friday after being pictured back in training as the Catalans continue their preparations for the visit of Real Madrid.

"He's an important player for us, he works hard and he's crucial".

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Zidane was seemingly never in doubt, with the Frenchman regularly insisting that Isco was a key part of his plans despite struggling for minutes in the first half of last season.

Zidane will be hoping to add more major honours to his glittering CV over the course of the next three seasons, having enjoyed considerable success at the Real helm so far.

He ended the campaign with 11 goals in 42 appearances, while his La Liga record read 10 goals and eight assists from just 18 starts, which is a strong indication of exactly what he brought to Los Blancos during the 2016-17 campaign.

Brazilian Casemiro, for example, has developed from a holding midfielder primarily picked to shackle the opposition into a box-to-box player with a knack for scoring in big games, striking in the Super Cup and Champions League final as well as against Barcelona, Napoli and Athletic Bilbao.

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Probed on how close he is to agreeing fresh terms, the 25-year-old told reporters: "It will be done soon, we're very close".

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