Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane claims he will only answer questions about Neymar after the Champions League Final.
Neymar has been heavily linked with Madrid in recent weeks, amidst reports the former Barcelona attacker is unhappy at Paris Saint-Germain, but Zidane refused to budge on his stance of not talking about other clubs’ players.
“I’m not going to talk anymore about a player who isn’t mine,” the Coach said at a Press conference for Saturday’s final game of the season against Villarreal in La Liga.
“Ten more days remain, two games. After that, we’ll talk about whatever you want, but now no.
“Mayoral and Ceballos? One year here is 10 somewhere else, training with the players we have here isn’t a year wasted.
“They’ve improved greatly, they’ve had minutes and every player hopes to play more.
“Still, it’s been a very positive year, they’re very young and we’ll see how they do next season.
Atletico Madrid’s Juanfran Torres said his side ‘ruled the capital’ as opposed to Los Blancos during their celebrations for winning Europa League, so what did Zidane think of the right-back’s comments?
“Atleti? I congratulate them for their achievement. I’m happy for what they’ve done, they deserve it, that’s it,” replied the Frenchman.
“I like Juanfran, I don’t have to say anything. It was a joke.”