Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, has made it clear he will quit the club again, if he is not in control of team's matters.
Zidane Stated this while responding to reports, that Keylor Navas will look for a new club in the summer, after being told he will play second fiddle to Thibaut Courtois next season.
Goal reports that Madrid's hierarchy is keen to install Courtois as their undisputed No.1.
On Saturday, Zidane did confirm that he has spoken to 32-year-old Navas, but refused to shed any light on what was discussed.
"Could it be Keylor's last game? I don't think so, nor do I want to think about next season either.
"There are many rumours about what's going to happen but I'm not going to say anything. Nobody knows what I said to Keylor except him and me.
"I will be clear about who will play when the next season starts. It's my decision. Who do you think is in charge of this team? It's clear as water: I'm the coach, I will always do what I want and if I can't then I'll quit. That's clear.
"With the transfer issues, there are people here at the club and we all work together. But the team, choosing the line-up, the bench, the squad... that's me and my staff.
"[Antoine] Griezmann to Real Madrid? I'm not going to talk about that. [Luka] Jovic to Real? I'm not going to talk about that either. Isco's future? I'm not going to say anything.
"Are there no questions about the game tomorrow?" Zidane fired back.
The Frenchman only returned to the Santiago Bernabeu this year, after leaving following their third consecutive Champions League title.