Zidane returns to Real Madrid's training ground
The ex-Real boss was at the Estadio Alfredo di Stéfano on Saturday to watch son Luca play for Castilla in a Segunda B win over Navalcarnero.
Former Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane was back at the club's training ground on Saturday, taking his place in the stands of the Estadio Alfredo di Stéfano to watch his son, Luca, play in goal for Los Blancos' 'B' team, Castilla, in a 3-1 win over Navalcarnero in Spain's Segunda División B.
On Monday, Zidane was among the contenders for the coach of the year prize at FIFA's The Best Football Awards in London - finally losing out to France boss Didier Deschamps - and, having attended the ceremony at the Royal Festival Hall, made the most of the chance to spend the week in the UK capital with his wife, Veronique, and take in the sights of the city:
Zidane keen to get back to coaching "soon"
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Since his surprise resignation as Real coach at the end of May, speculation has been rife over Zidane's next career move. Although the Frenchman is yet to offer any firm indications over where his future lies, he confirmed in an interview with TVE earlier this month that he intends to "coach again soon".