Both French specialist and the capital side have previously tried to postpone the negotiations as they were waiting for the results of season 2016/17. As Zidane’s team managed to form a double winning both Spanish La Liga and UEFA Champions League, the club management decided to close the deal as soon as possible.
The manager has also made the team become the first team since 1990 to defend UCL title, typing his name in the Spanish side’s history.
The knew deal will also raise the 44-year-old’s salary putting him on the same level as some of the highest paid managers in Europe.
Overall, Zinedine Zidane’s Madrid has won 65, drawn 15 and lost only seven games in 87 matches in all competitions.