"I've taken the decision to not continue next year as Real Madrid coach", Zidane said. "But everything changes and that's why I've taken the decision to leave".
"I think this team needs to keep winning but I think after three years a change is needed, something different, a different message, different ways of going about things".
Zidane won nine titles as Madrid's coach, including three Champions League, one Spanish League, one Spanish Super Cup, two UEFA Super Cups and two Club World Cups.
Decision comes just days after he won the Champions League for the third year in a row. I think the players need a change'.
'I have to thank the supporters too.
"I want to thank Zidane for his dedication, his passion, his love and all that he's done for Real Madrid in these years".
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"It was a completely unexpected decision", Madrid president Florentino Perez said of Zidane's departure. "In the coming days I will give a response to the fans because they actually have always been at my side".
"I know it won't be easy - managing a football team never is - but I'm here to work hard". I think it would be hard to keep winning if I stayed.
"He is a leader, a captain and it has been a pleasure to share three more years with him".
Zidane took over the role in January 2016 after Rafael Benitez was sacked following a poor string of results.
The Frenchman also lead Madrid to back-to-back European Super Cups and Club World Cups in 2016 and 2017. As one of the most promising young managers in the world, it's only natural that Madrid would be interested, but can the prise him from White Hart Lane?
Attention will immediately turn to Zidane's successor, with two of the previous leading candidates in Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino and Germany national team coach Joachim Low both having recently signed new extensions to their current deals. I think it's also a clever decision as it's good timing with these titles.