MADRID - Real Madrid director Zinedine
Zidane was keeping a closer eye than usual on one of the club's
youth recruits invited to train with the first team for the
first time on Tuesday: his 16-year-old son Enzo.
The former Real and France midfielder was on the sidelines
as coach Jose Mourinho oversaw a session in which Enzo stepped
out with players including Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo,
Brazil playmaker Kaka and Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil.
"His father Zinedine Zidane, first-team director, watched
closely both the session and the actions of his eldest son on
the turf of pitch 3 at Valdebebas," Real said in a statement on
Enzo, also a midfielder, is named after one of Zidane's
heroes, former Uruguay international Enzo Francescoli.
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