Real Madrid confirmed themselves as La Liga winners this week after beating Villarreal 2-1 and second-placed Barcelona lost to Osasuna.
Two years’ contact left for their head coach Zinedine Zidane but he casts doubt on remaining at Real Madrid despite their victory this week.
“I have a contract here but you never know what will happen,” said Zidane.
“I am not talking about what’s going to happen next season or the following year. I have a contract, I am happy here, and I am happy with what I am doing but you never know what will happen in football.
“That’s why I feel so relaxed with my future because in the world of football things could change overnight. I don’t know what’s going to happen in the future. I am happy with what I am doing here and we will see for how long.”
Real Madrid is about to face Manchester City for their second leg after 2-1 loss as Zidane believes is toughest game.
“We know how difficult the match is going to be,” he added.
“The first leg was already complicated, so it is going to be pretty much the same in the second leg. It doesn’t change what we want to do.
“We are going to fight until the last minute, the last second of the tie, don’t have doubts about it. Then, nobody knows how it will end. “