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Cristiano Ronaldo-Zinedine Zidane, the pair that could meet again next season and not in Real Madrid

The French coach and the Portuguese striker could meet again. 

By Fredi Roman

The French coach and the Portuguese striker could meet again. 
The French coach and the Portuguese striker could meet again. 
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There are four dates remaining for the major European leagues to end and the rumors in the transfer market are taking more and more color. In Italy there is talk of the "fatal attraction" that exists between Cristiano Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane, who last met in Spain and could meet again in Turin, according to local media.

The sporting luck of Juventus and Real Madrid was well below what their respective histories indicate, at least for now. Juve lost hegemony at the domestic level after winning the Scudetto nien times in a row (Inter Milan was already crowned with several days remaining) and while it seeks to secure its place in the next Champions League, it may save the year with the Italian Cup (he will play the final on 5/19 against Atalanta).

For its part, Merengue has just been eliminated by Chelsea in the semifinals of the Champions League and, mortally wounded, will try to fight to the last consequences for the local tournament that has it two points behind the Atlético leader, which is Saturday he will visit Barcelona. The only objective for those of Casablanca is the Spanish league since the Copa del Rey was in the hands of Barça.

Cristiano has one more year left on his contract in Turin territory and Florentino Pérez himself removed the transcended that put him back in Madrid, so everything indicates that he will continue where he is. With the same coach? Tuttosport illustrated CR7 hugging Zidane, an old acquaintance of President Andrea Agnelli, who for a long time has maintained the internal desire to reunite them in his institution. Today in charge of the team is another historical one like Andrea Pirlo, but nothing can be ruled out in the future.

Zizou still did not give details about his continuity in the Spanish capital and the fantastic relationship he forged with the Portuguese during his stay at Real is well known. Together they honored the showcases of the Santiago Bernabéu with no less than nine titles (the Champions League treble in 2016, 2017 and 2018, the 2016 and 2017 European Super Cup, the 2016 and 2017 Club World Cups, the 2016/2017 league and the 2017 Spanish Super Cup).


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