Published: Tue, September 11, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Zinedine Zidane hints that he is ready to return to football management

Zinedine Zidane hints that he is ready to return to football management

The Frenchman has been strongly linked with a move to Manchester United amid the uncertainty surrounding the future of current Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho.

Pogba has had a rollercoaster of a summer, full of euphoric highs and disappointing lows.

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The Portuguese knows he can't afford many more damaging defeats while progress from a Champions League group containing Juventus and Valencia is expected as routine.

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Zidane has stated in recent days he expects to soon return to management amid talk of contact with Manchester United.

"I saw it a few weeks ago in the press, but that story about United is nonsense", the Dutchman told Ajax Inside. There were little things with the coach [Mourinho], the relationship is always the same. Ajax is my club and I would like to stay longer.

The statement, made during a game being played by his son Elyaz as a player in Xabi Alonso's Infantil A team, has only increased the rumours that are linking the French coach with the Manchester United job, particularly in light of Mourinho's troubled situation. "The success we strive for and want to achieve is attractive".

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