Zinedine Zidane has officially resigned as the manager of Real Madrid for the second time, according to Fabrizio Romano. This comes after a trophy-less season for the Spanish giants, who were just edged out for the La Liga title by rivals Atletico Madrid. They also crashed out at the semifinals stage of the Champions League after Chelsea ran riot on them across two legs.

Zinedine Zidane will likely not return to the club again after stepping down. It's definitely a disappointment for Madrid though after the success they previously had with the Frenchman at the helm.

Through his time in charge at the Bernabeu, Zidane won three Champions League trophies, two Spanish titles, and two FIFA Club World Cups. There was no shortage of success for the French legend, but after such a dismal campaign, he clearly believes it's time for the next step.

Meanwhile, it will be interesting to see what direction Real Madrid heads in. Antonio Conte just stepped down as the gaffer of Inter Milan after they won the Scudetto and he's never coached in Spain.

Zinedine Zidane has also been linked to a potential reunion at former club Juventus, who could move on from Italian Andrea Pirlo. It will be interesting to see where he ends up.