Zinedine Zidane is contemplating an offer from Manchester United
Former Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane is contemplating an offer from Manchester United to replace José Mourinho on the Old Trafford seat in June after the mentor from Setubal was relieved of his duties on Tuesday.
The French coach is still deliberating over the proposal and those close to the former player admit that Zidane’s next arranged vocation move was to deal with a Premier League agree with his expectation being an arrival to the diversion in the 2019-20 season.
United today confirmed the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as caretaker boss through to the end of the current campaign.
Zidane left Madrid on May 31 after securing three back-to-back Champions League titles with the Santiago Bernabéu furnish and has two extraordinary desire as a mentor: to oversee Juventus and sooner or later the French national side.
Both these roles are complicated in the short term given the respective success currently being enjoyed by both incumbents, Max Allegri with the Serie A side and Didier Deschamps with « Les Bleus ».
With former United « super-sub » Solskjaer being unveiled as a temporary replacement with the « Red Devils », Zidane remains the most loved with driving bookmakers to substitute Mourinho as long term replacement on the Old Trafford bench.