Team return for Zidane's son in Real win

Spanish giants Real Madrid have announced ambitious plans to revamp their world-famous stadium, the Santiago Bernabeu, promising to make the iconic arena the "digital stadium of the future", with plans to begin after this season. "We will see what happens next season but I will say one thing: there will not be any debate".

Luca started Sunday's 3-2 win against Huesca but Zidane has been criticised for starting his son ahead of Keylor Navas, who had only just returned from global duty - Thibaut Courtois is injured.

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has dismissed criticism of choosing his son on Sunday.

His second game for the club got off to a hard start as the 20-year-old was forced to pick the ball out of the net in the third minute, after being beaten by a thumping drive by Cucho Hernandez.

"I will confirm that we are going to have to make changes, but it's not the moment to speak about that". "To talk of a clearout, for me, is a lack of respect. We will have time for talking after [the season]".

"I spoke recently with Anthony, Raphael's brother, so we discussed a little bit about the state of the market, so to speak", Satin said, according to FourFourTwo.

"I think he's made a leap with his maturity this year and he's doing well with Castilla".

"The new Santiago Bernabeu stadium will entail an important improvement for the club, but also for its surroundings".

Courtois was signed from Chelsea after the 2018 FIFA World Cup despite Navas winning UEFA's best goalkeeper award after helping Madrid win the UEFA Champions League for three consecutive seasons.

"I think Zidane knows how to handle the team in an intelligent way", the Portugal superstar told RMC Sport 1.

However, it has been rumoured that the centre-back is looking for a pay rise to reflect his status as one of the world's finest defenders, and there are doubts as to whether Real are willing to appease him.

  • Angelo Rivera