"We all know that my father loves football and loves to be a coach. For sure, he will be back soon. It's his decision," Enzo told Spanish newspaper AS.
"Now he is taking advantage to rest, which he needed, because in the end being at Madrid was nice but hard, with a lot of work."
Zidane, 46, played for Cannes, Girondins Bordeaux and Juventus before becoming one of the 'Galacticos' at Real where he won the Champions League in 2002 and La Liga the next year. He won the World Cup in 1998 and the Euros in 2000.
Zidane retired from playing in 2006 and later turned his hand to management with the Spanish club's 'B' side in 2014 before taking over the first team in January 2016. (Reporting by Rik Sharma; Editing by Ken Ferris)
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