'I would like them both', Zidane speaks on interest in Mbappe, Neymar

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Real Madrid have confirmed the arrival of Zinedine Zidane's first signing after his return as the club as sealed a massive deal for Brazilian defender Eder Militão.

Zidane's return, replacing Santiago Solari in the aftermath of the Champions League exit to Ajax, has sparked speculation that a number of stars could leave the Bernabeu.

"The good thing is that all players are good here". I'm not going to talk about players who are not mine.

Los blancos now sit 12 points off La Liga leaders Barcelona in third place and having been embarrassed on home soil against Dutch giants Ajax in the last 16 of the Champions League; meaning, for the first time since 2012-13 season, the previous winners have failed to reach the quarter-finals the following season.

"There are 11 games left, and I will have everyone". Zizou is certain to have made the right impression on the Spaniard with his choice of words."Isco just wants to play football, nothing else".

"I never said that I would or would not like to [return to coach Madrid.] I think it's flawless, for me it's ideal".

"We have to think about finishing the season well". Madrid president Florentino Perez knows that persuading Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi to allow Neymar and Kylian Mbappe to leave this summer will be problematic.

Real lie third in the LaLiga table, 12 points behind leaders Barca.

In 2015, when the England worldwide was still on the books at former club Liverpool, Zidane, who was managing Real's B-team, said: 'We know who Raheem Sterling is, and of course we are monitoring him as a player.

"We have worked very well on the idea of a match".

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