- Sergio Ramos believes Real Madrid could be looking for a new coach in summer
- Ramos admits Zinedine Zidane might leave even if they win Champions League
- Although if current boss Zidane does stay it could impact on Gareth Bale’s plans
- Ramos was speaking after Real Madrid beat Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday
Real Madrid could be looking for a new coach in the summer even if they win the Champions League again, according to captain Sergio Ramos.
He was asked about Zidane’s future after the 3-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday night and said: ‘Perhaps he will win it again and then fancy going off for a break. That’s a possibility.
‘Everyone takes for granted that if he wins it he will stay but he might want to take a rest.’
Sergio Ramos hinted current boss Zinedine Zidane is set to leave Real Madrid in the summer
If Zidane does stay beyond the end of this season it could impact on Gareth Bale’s plans next summer.
There are problems between the the coach and the player, demonstrated by Zidane leaving Bale out of the biggest game of the season.
Zidane’s opposite number Unai Emery will almost certainly leave next summer after falling short in a major European fixture again.
Ramos was asked about Zidane’s future following Madrid’s 3-1 win against Paris Saint-Germain
He was blamed in France for PSG’s defeat with selections and substitutions criticised.
Midfielder Adrien Rabiot, meanwhile, seemed to point the finger of blame at the team’s all-star front three of Neymar, Kylian Mbappé and Edinson Cavani.
PSG’s goalscorer said: ‘The problem is it is easy to score eight goals at Dijon [in Ligue 1], but it is in these games where it is necessary to be decisive.’
Zidane’s opposite number on Wednesday Unai Emery will almost certainly leave next summer