The Frenchman spent five seasons as a player with the Italian giants before making a big-money move to Real in 2001.
Toni Kroos is a player whose work often goes unnoticed, but the Germany worldwide has been Real Madrid's most consistent midfielder in 2016-17 and is enjoying his best season at the Santiago Bernabeu since signing from Bayern Munich in 2014.
Zidane revealed Bale's condition is improving, but admitted he is unsure when the forward will be in a suitable condition to return to the pitch.
"We're working towards that, we're training well to be on top of our game".
Another player who will not feature at Santiago Bernabeu this weekend is Pepe.
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"He's been here for ten years and done fantastic things. He trained with us, but it's not quite right".
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With Karim Benzema blowing hot and cold in La Liga this season and seemingly saving his best games for Europe (as he did in the Champions League semi-final second leg against Atletico with a vital contribution to Isco's strike on Wednesday), Alvaro Morata's goals have been vital for Real Madrid in the Primera Division. We are only thinking about Sevilla.
"But I think above all else he is in a great club and to be a good coach, it is also important to have good players around you".
Sevilla look like Real's most hard opponents in their three remaining games, though Jorge Sampaoli's team are far from the swashbuckling side who ended Real's 40-game unbeaten run in January.
"The three matches are very hard".
"We have done phenomenally so far".
The Spanish global and four-time victor of the competition said, via Marca.: "Madrid and Juve are just Champions finalists, but you lose interest when you do not play the final". "I will pick a team as always and on Wednesday I will pick another one which, for sure, will have changes".
"Look at what Celta are doing, and Malaga are in impressive shape at the moment".