With former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane being tipped as the favourite to replace Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, the Frenchman's thoughts on taking over from the Portuguese have now reportedly been revealed.
Many have claimed that Zidane will take over from Mourinho should the Portuguese face the sack, but not much has been said by the Frenchman himself.
He recently admitted he is looking to make a return to management soon, but did not indicate where he might be interesting in coaching.
Reports in England suggest that Zidane is learning English to prepare for a future role at the Red Devils, but according to the Daily Mail, the Frenchman is not interested in the job, contrary to popular belief.
The manager apparently feels too many changes are needed at Old Trafford in order to help the club achieve success again.
Zidane is reportedly not convinced the Red Devils would allow him to spend the necessary money required to see them become a dominant force again, like they were under legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
United have failed to win their past three matches across all competitions, but will look to get back to winning ways when they go up against Valencia in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night.
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