Former Real Madrid Manager Zinedine Zidane is reported to be interested at replacing Jose Mourinho at Manchester United as early as next season.
Zidane resigned from his post at Real Madrid after winning a third consecutive Champions League crown.
Despite last seasons successes, Los Blancos had a poor domestic campaign where they finished third and 17 points behind Barcelona, and this is thought to have played a role in Zidane’s departure.
Whether United’s board are willing to take a gamble on Zidane remains to be seen.
Mourinho has had a tense couple of months with United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward regarding transfers, and has consistently faced criticism during his time at United for his style of play.
For the time-being- despite tensions, it looks like United are happy with Mourinho- who signed a new contract with the club in January, and unless the team goes backwards this campaign, it does not look as if a managerial change will be imminent at Old Trafford anytime soon.