The Portuguese coach is likely to leave at the end of the season as Madrid are preparing to fire him.
“I’m not unhappy at Madrid. I could be happier or less happy, but that could happen anywhere. There is no such thing as the perfect club or the perfect coach,” he was quoted as saying by AS.
“The fundamental thing is to finish the season well. We are two games from the Champions League final, not long ago we were 13. Then, when the pressure from those games has passed, we will sit down and come to conclusions.”
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