Zinedine Zidane‘s son Enzo leaves Alaves six months after Real Madrid exit, joining Lausanne on a free
‘s son Enzo has been sold by Spanish side Alaves after only six months at the club.
The 22-year-old midfielder has moved to Swiss side Lausanne after leaving , where his dad is the manager, last summer.
Zidane struggled to make much of an impact at Alaves. He only played four times for the club, with his appearances amounting to 155 minutes.
He has been allowed to leave on a free for Lausanne, who are currently fifth out of 10 teams in the Swiss Super League.
Enzo is the oldest of four Zidane brothers hoping to carve out a career as a professional footballer.
Luca is a goalkeeper and named by many as the most talented of Zidane‘s son. He plays for Madrid‘s second team.
Theo and Elyaz are 15 and 12 respectively and are in Madrid‘s academy.
Madrid have endured a tricky first half of 2017-18.
Zidane‘s side are currently fourth in the standings with 31 points from 16 games, 14 behind leaders and fierce rivals Barcelona.
They are next in league action on January 7, away to Celta Vigo.