As the LaLiga season draws to an end with the disappointment of not defending their title, Real look set to launch a transfer assault for the world record transfer holder currently at Paris Saint-Germain.
The Brazil forward is widely considered as one of the best players in European football alongside Real's record scorer Cristiano Ronaldo and FC Barcelona's Lionel Messi - but there have been concerns that no club is big enough to accommodate more than one of the global superstars.
However, Zidane has quickly diffused the notion, citing his previous partnership with Youri Djorkaeff in the France national team.
"I don't know, I am not the one who says so," he told reporters, as quoted by AS. "I am thinking about what we have left. I'm sorry, I responded with nothing got to do with the question but that's the way it is.
"Next year, after the final, I will speak with the club, we will see what we can do, there will be changes. The best can always play together. One year they said to me that I was not compatible with Djorkaeff and I said, 'How stupid'. Off the field, I don't know but on the field, there is chemistry between the best.
"I don't if they [the club] are speaking with Neymar. I don't think so because we are all focused on what's left. I didn't ask for Neymar because I don't get involved in these things. I am only thinking about the end of the season."