That's according to Okdiario's chief pundit Eduardo Inda when speaking on El Chiringuito.
Despite a disappointing season, Inda says Zidane still retains the support of Florentino and there's no plans to remove the Frenchman.
Inda said, "The club has decided that next year, whatever happens, Zidane will continue as coach of the first team. It's a great decision, the best coach in the Champions League in history.
"Whatever happens against Atalanta or in the return. It is the intention of the club.
"The president wants me to continue whatever happens. There has been a tremendous communion since he signed him in 2001, it was a crush that continues to this day."