Zidane: Madrid could sell a lot of players to make money

Zidane: Madrid could sell a lot of players to make money

The Frenchman said this ahead of Real Madrid's La Liga fixture against Leganes on Monday night.

Madrid put in the kind of lethargic performance which has plagued their season, with Marco Asensio and Raphael Varane missing good first-half chances. "We will see what changes we make and which players we will change". I've always liked him.

"He's used to that, to the rumours that players are coming, but for him it does not change anything". "But he has shown his personality and that's it. In the end, he is a fantastic player and this year he has changed, which means more goals", he told a news conference.

Leganes' lead was short-lived, though, Benzema - who had been played in brilliantly by Luka Modric - tucking home at the second attempt from a tight angle following a fine initial save from Cuellar.

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Wales global Gareth Bale was a late substitute, only had four touches in 12 minutes, and walked straight down the tunnel at the final whistle.

Madrid should have been made to pay four minutes later, only for Martin Braithwaite to head wide from three yards out after getting the better of Nacho, playing in a defence minus the services of the injured Sergio Ramos. "We make the changes to win the game, and we did not do that today".

Well, it looks like Kroos has no intention of exiting the Santiago Bernabéu at the end of the season and took to Twitter to dismiss the report as "Absolutely false information".

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