Zidane insists son Luca is in Madrid team "on his own merit"

Zinedine Zidane

Zinedine Zidane

Real Madrid may sell Keylor Navas (L) or Thibaut Courtois next season.

"Will I play with a regular goalkeeper next year?"

"Well off the back of some comments on worldwide duty which has stoked the fire if there's a swap deal here between Pogba and Bale I think that potentially may happen", former Chelsea midfielder Burley told ESPN.

"I assure you that next year there will be no debate about the goalkeeper. It's going to be very clear".

Zidane, however, could not give any guarantees about the future of winger Gareth Bale, who was booed by Madrid supporters during Sunday's 3-2 win over Huesca.

Zidane admitted that there will be changes to the squad in the summer, although he didn't want to talk about individuals at this point.

Zidane, back for a second spell in the Bernabeu dugout, said plans were being made for summer signings, with PSG's Kylian Mbappe and Manchester United's Paul Pogba among the reported targets.

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"But there is an institution here, this is an important club, with people in charge". The Welshman was again whistled by some of the home fans on Saturday.

"Zidane always seems to be in control of the situation, he's also a young coach who's in touch with his players, he's happy for them to be the stars. You have to have the character for it", Zidane said.

"Regarding the future of Gareth and other players, we'll see".

At the moment, the report also claim the 25-year-old Varane is on Juventus, after informing Los Blancos chiefs he wants to quit the Santiago Bernabeu at the end of the current campaign. "We will have time for talking after [the season]".

Zidane said: "If one day he gets the chance when he wants to leave United... if, when he finishes his experience at United, he wants to come here, why shouldn't he come to Real Madrid?".

"I don't like to talk about other teams' players, of course, but this is another challenge with global breaks".

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