Zidane explained his decision to quit Real in the press conference on Thursday. I have just signed a long contract with Tottenham and I am very happy here.
In fact, Pochettino, who was the first candidate they reached out to, is the preferred choice for Florentino Perez and Real Madrid's directors, according to Spanish publication Marca.
"I am so happy in Tottenham and I'm so proud that Tottenham showed the commitment and trust in the way that Daniel Levy (Spurs chairman) showed me 10 days ago, and of course, we have a lot of dreams, we have a lot of objectives".
"I am not the best coach tactically, but I have other things", he said ahead of the final. "I'm not going to get involved in these things", he said when asked about a possible successor.
"I'm working very comfortably at Tottenham and it's my obligation to focus on that".
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The parliamentary debate resumed at 9 a.m. (0700 GMT) and the vote of confidence is expected at around 12 midday (1000 GMT). In his brief address - perhaps his last Spain's leader - he also thanked those in his party and the Spanish people.
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He explained that he was simply dancing with the rapper as a joke and a bit of fun, but Big Narstie didn't see the amusing side. But Robert said Narstie should be given the "benefit of the doubt".
The legendary French playmaker, who won the Champions League with Real as a player, has had three superb seasons in charge at the Santiago Bernabeu after being promoted from his role as assistant coach in Carlo Ancelotti's coaching staff in the season where Real won the Champions League title in 2013/14.
Madrid sports daily AS said after the final that Zidane was "the architect of this glorious and possibly unrepeatable era".
One of the greatest footballers of all time, Zidane played for the Spanish club between 2001 and 2006 and maintained close links with Real in retirement. "You think yeah - but you are not me".
"What I think is that this team needs to continue winning but I think it needs a change, a different voice, another methodology". I did that as a player and I'm doing that now.
It's my decision. For many people, this will not make sense, but it does for me. Big players need a change.