13 August, 2017
Zidane took over at Madrid after the departure of Rafael Benitez in January 2016, and he has already won the Uefa Champions League twice as well as the Primera Liga crown last season. The second leg will be at the Santiago Bernabeu on August 16.
Gracenote's computer-generated Euro Club Index is predicting that Real Madrid will finish as champions again this season, in an even closer title race.
By giving him some games off, the 32-year-old Ronaldo arrived in peak form to the final stretch and led Madrid to the double. "It is a game against the best rival we have".
'We know we've got a lot of talent and that with hard work we can achieve great things, ' Zidane said.
Real Madrid have conducted lengthy negotiations with the playmaker and AS claim they've inserted an astronomical €700m (£647m) release clause into the Spaniard's new deal.
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Despite the breakup of Barcelona's fabled MSN forward line, Zidane is still expecting a typically imposing challenge from Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Co.in what will be Ernesto Valverde's first taste of a competitive Clasico as Barca coach.
Deulofeu returned to the Catalan club in a buy-back deal from Everton earlier this summer and opened the scoring in the 5-0 win over Chapecoense in the Gamper Trophy on Monday, when he also assisted two more goals before going off at half-time. The staff are doing a great job, we do not fail because of the relationship in the dressing room.
Cristiano Ronaldo played just seven minutes in the victory over United as he made his return having missed Madrid's pre-season preparations as he was given an extended break after his exertions for Portugal in the Confederations Cup.
While the 21-year-old - who joined Los Blancos from Real Mallorca in 2015 - does not want to leave the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, he is prepared to if manager Zinedine Zidane cannot offer him assurances of more game time.