Zinedine Zidane lambasted reporters after being asked if he plans to stay at Real Madrid for several years.
The former French midfielder responded by telling reporters on the Zoom call to beware of making assumptions.
Zidane spoke at Saturday’s press conference ahead of Real Madrid’s clash against Getafe this weekend.
The press conference got a little tense when the coach was repeatedly asked about his future.
“You don’t know anything,” he said in response to one of these questions.
“You said you had to get rid of Zidane in the past, but I’m here. You can have a four or five year contract and leave tomorrow.
“Or the opposite could happen, when you have a contract that is about to expire and then you stay. There is a lot of talk here, but that won’t change.
“I would like to talk [with the media] about football more than us, but there seems to be more interest in other things. I know you all love football too!
The manager was then asked about his good record in big games and critics who say he’s just a man-manager or likes lucky breaks.
He replied, “Am I lucky? Yeah, to be here at this big club. I don’t think I am a disaster for a coach. I’m not the best either.
“I enjoy what I do every day. It’s a hard-working team. They have won a lot, but they always want more. For a coach, this is phenomenal.