Zinedine Zidane reveals his departure from Real Madrid boils down to the Club’s failure to back

Three-time Champions League winner Zinedine Zidane left his post as Real Madrid’s boss last week following a disappointing end to the season, losing the Spanish La Liga title to rivals Atletico Madrid on final day.

This is the first time in eleven seasons the Los Blancos have gone a full season without a silverware.

Following the end to this campaign, reports emerged indicating Zinedane Zidane will resign as We Real Madrid’s boss, and on Thursday the Frenchman confirmed he is leaving the Spanish giants, revealing his departure is down to the club’s failure in backing him.

Real Madrid will be without Zinedine for next season

In an open letter to the club, the former Madridistar spoke of his love for the club, the supporters and even his gratitude to club president Florentino Perez, however, after acknowledging his special 20-year connection with the club, Zidane pinpointed Perez and the painful situation the president put him in.

“I’m leaving because I feel that the club didn’t give me the support I needed, it didn’t offer me the support to construct a project for the medium or long term,” Zidane wrote

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