The 46-year-old Frenchman was re-instated as Real's manager for his second stint at the club on Monday.
Yet despite speculation over the future of players such as Gareth Bale and Marcelo, the Madrid boss stressed he does not see the end-of-season run-in as an audition for those who may be on their way out.
"Knowing him well enough, he must have thought it was the best thing to do".
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Pell will have to serve at least three years and eight months in jail before he is eligible for parole. He faced a maximum of 10 years in jail for each charge. "I'm not a fair-weather friend", Abbott said.
Zidane's departure and sudden return reminds one of a flawless relationship ending due to timing and other circumstances and now the Frenchman returns to his one true love having seen them take a massive fall from grace and will be hoping to rekindle the love affair between the manager, club and most importantly the fans.
"Why would they need to give me an explanation?", Mourinho responded to a question if Real Madrid offered him an explanation after missing the managerial role.
"I think it is flawless and fantastic", the former Chelsea boss said, even as he was quick to add he was never disappointed by Madrid's decision not to hire him.
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Mbappe's team-mate Neymar is also thought to be of interest to Madrid, and while Zidane would not be drawn on transfer plans, he did reference the two PSG players' elite ability.
The team has fallen into crisis since he left in May after winning an unprecedented third straight Champions League. "We will have time to talk with the president, with the club, about what we can do".
"We are here to think football", he added.
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But Marco Silva's men held Liverpool to a draw in their last home game and I always sense that this side has goals in them . Juve will be at home in the second leg .