Real reason Zinedine Zidane left Real Madrid revealed

It has emerged that former Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane
decided to step down from his role as coach of the Los Blancos after
arguing with the club's president, Florentino Perez, over forward
Gareth Bale.

Zidane, who won three successive Champions League titles with Madrid
during his time at the Santiago Bernabeu but left at the end of last
season, has been linked with replacing manager, Jose Mourinho at
Manchester United.

Spanish newspaper, El Pais is now reporting that Zidane left Madrid
because he wanted to sell Bale but Perez insisted that the former
Tottenham star was not for sale.

The report claimed that the Frenchman met with Perez in January and
they agreed to sell Bale, hoping to net in around £100m which could be
reinvested to sign a new player, but the Madrid president made a
u-turn.

The report added that Zidane felt the Welsh international struggled
with his tactics, lacked consistency and was too selfish, while his
injury record was another issue.

Bale was rarely used by Zidane in their final season together, and
started just one knockout match in their victorious Champions League.
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