Zidane refuses to talk about El Clasico and Mbappe before facing Valencia

Zidane refuses to talk about El Clásico and Mbappe before facing Valencia

Tough encounter for Real Madrid against a bat in La Liga

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane refused to talk about the Clásico clash against Barcelona, preferring to focus on his team's match against Valencia on Sunday in la Liga.

Real take on Valencia at the Mestalla Stadium, in the 17th round of la Liga, before the Clásico against their traditional rivals next Wednesday.

"It's another challenge for us, a team that plays very well and has a lot of positive results and qualified for the round of 16 of the Champions League," Zidane said before playing in front of the bat.

El Clásico: "I don't want to talk about anything but facing tomorrow, that's all I'm concerned about now as Real Madrid coach, I'll answer everything about the Clásico on Tuesday."

Not getting comfortable: "The league's organizing committee determines and respects the schedules, we can't do anything about it, we can't change the calendar of matches."

Gareth Bale put: "I don't think his role is less important, I made 3 changes in the last game and that's why he came out of the squad, but he's one of us and I'll count on him as the rest of the players."

Rotation: "It will be difficult not to do this because we play 3 important games in a very narrow time frame, I have 25 players and I can count on everyone."

Crisis Kylian Mbappe and Thomas Tuchel: "He is a player at Paris Saint-Germain and I will not comment on what is happening there, it would be disrespectful of me, I know Kylian well but I will not say anything."

"Because it's my way of admitting, the competitors are studying us, and everything has to be analyzed before going out to talk, that's my strategy and I don't want to give evidence to the competitor."

It is noteworthy that Real Madrid is second in the league table before facing Valencia by 34 points, with goals from Barcelona leading the same balance.

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