With Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino another name linked to the Madrid job, Purslow believes Levy has been smart to tie the Argentine to a new long-term contract, but is not sure that will guarantee he stays.
However, he then added, per AS (via Wright): "I live in the present, there is nothing more important than that".
"It is exciting now because I can be tested again", he told reporters, as reported by the Express.
"I am doing this for the good of this team, for this club", Zidane said.
Zidane, a former Madrid star and France worldwide, was one of the greatest players of his generation, winning trophies that included the 1998 World Cup, Euro 2000 and the 2002 Champions League, as well as the 1998 Ballon d'Or and FIFA World Player of the Year prize in 1998, 2000 and 2003.
However, if Tottenham agree to let Pochettino talk to Real Madrid, the situation could be different.
It was thought that Pochettino's contract with Spurs included a clause that would allow him to leave in the instance of an offer from Real, however, reports on Friday suggested this is not the case.
Naturally that sent Spurs fans into meltdown, with the early favourite with the bookmakers to succeed the World Cup victor at the Santiago Bernabeu being Mauricio Pochettino.
The Sun claims Juventus have offered Gonzalo Higuain to the Blues in an attempt to bring the most expensive player in Chelsea's history back to Turin, where he spent two seasons on loan from Real Madrid. "I enjoy life as it happens, and what must be, will be".
"Even before tactical ideas, it is about finding a football identity", he said.
Despite remaining undefeated in knockout terms in the Champions League in his two-and-a-half year spell, he departed the club that he also finished his playing career at yesterday.
Zidane took over at Real Madrid following the sacking of Rafa Benitez in January 2016 and won three successive Champions League titles, as well as the Liga title in 2016-17. "But we are talking about the best players in the world".