With the Frenchman gone, Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino is said to be top of the club's shortlist of replacements with ex-Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger and Antonio Conte - whose future at Chelsea is uncertain - also touted for the role.
"It is exciting now because I can be tested again", he told reporters, as reported by the Express. "I have the addicted gene and you have to live with it".
" When he says he's taken a decision though, we have to accept it".
"When Real Madrid call you, you have to listen to them".
"I have a five-year deal with Tottenham and I'm very happy at the club".
As a player, Zidane mastered the art of the unexpected - whether good (those incredible goals), or bad (that headbutt, which cost his country a World Cup) - and it seems that he's carried that over into management.
Zidane said he no longer had a clear idea of how he could manage the team to more success next season, hence the decision to step aside and allow a change to be made.
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The 45-year-old spoke with club captain Sergio Ramos on the phone before notifying the rest of the squad about his decision.
Eden Hazard, who is definitely one of the best Premier League attackers in recent memory, is seemingly destined for a move out of Stamford Bridge, which might pave the way for Gareth Bale to make a direct switch to Chelsea this summer.
"Even before tactical ideas, it is about finding a football identity", he said.
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane is leaving the European champions after two years in charge, he told a news conference on Thursday.
The 52-year-old won a whopping 11 domestic trophies in three seasons at the French giants - including three league titles - but ultimately paid the price for the club's "failings" in Europe. "Zidane deserves enormous praise, I am a big admirer of his".
"No, just the opposite".
As a former centre-back with Barcelona-based Espanyol, Pochettino has vast experience of Spain's La Liga.