Bayern Munich sound out Zinedine Zidane to supplant Niko Kovac
Bayern Munich have sounded out Zinedine Zidane as their new manager to supplant Niko Kovac in a noteworthy hit to Manchester United.
Old Trafford chiefs have been keen on the former Real Madrid manager, 46, for quite a long time with Jose Mourinho battling for shape.
Bayern Munich have sounded out Zinedine Zidane as their new supervisor
But now it would appear the Bundesliga giants are driving the race for Zidane as their new long haul manager.
Kovac has been struggling in Bavaria, driving Bayern to just FIFTH in the German best flight this season.
With his job on the line, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Co are eyeing up the former Los Blancos chief, who won THREE Champions League titles in Madrid.
Then, United have been eyeing up Zidane as a potential replacement for Mourinho- who faces the sack should the club not fit the bill for next season’s Champions League.
Zizou has been out of work since the summer after calling time on his stint at the Bernabeu – in indistinguishable month from winning his third European title.
Zidane no only dominated Europe during his two-and-a-half-year spell, he also won the 2016-17 La Liga title to wind up one of the landmass’ most looked for after supervisors.
While Man United and Real have both gone head-to-head at the prospect of landing Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino, neither one of the clubs appear to have the capacity to bait the Argentine away.
Los Blancos have now tied down Santiago Solari as perpetual manager after a solid begin as break chief following the sacking of Julen Lopetegui.