Real Madrid boss said he don’t need to sign a striker next summer
Zinedine Zidane said the Champions League giants are not interested in reinforcing the clubs attacking position in the upcoming transfer window.
Although the club attackers have failed to score a single goal in back-to-back games after playing out a 0-0 draw with Athletic Bilbao at home on Sunday.
The goal scoring load for Zidanes’ squad have been shouldered by the France international only Karim Benzema having scored 12 times in La Liga games and 16 across all the competitions, meanwhile the newlyn signed Jovic has just netted once since his arrival from the German club Eintracht Frankfurt.
Madrid head coach dismissed the possibility of attacking reinforcements as Los Blancos look to overtake the La Liga champions this season to lift the glory.
“No. Absolutely not, i don’t see the need to sign a striker.” he said when asked if he would request a new striker.
“I am annoyed by this,” Zidane said. “My players have left everything on the pitch.
“I am looking at the positives and the good thing is that we are doing well. three points from nine, isn’t that much.
“As always, when we play a game like we did and have chances, I am annoyed for the players. For the effort that we put in, we are annoyed that we didn’t score the chances that we had.
“If you have chances, you have to score them, and we’ve had lots of the ball in the last three games and very few goals. It’s not bad luck or conviction, the important thing is creating chances.
“We created so many chances, we are going to continue, it is going to go in. Now it is not going in, but we can’t let our heads drop. We have to think that it’s been a very good year.
“We are ending a bit flat but we are looking forward to starting 2020. i don’t think is a problem, but everyone has their own opinion. We are calm. What we have done in the last four or five months was good.”