Zinedine Zidane Will Not Take Over As PSG Manager This Summer
Zinedine Zidane will not take charge at PSG this summer, according to reports, as he is set on becoming France boss after the World Cup.
In an interview with Telefoot, the former Real Madrid boss opened up about his desire to keep coaching, but did not comment on where his next destination might be.
Sportsmail previously reported that Zidane was PSG’s first-choice name to replace Mauricio Pochettino, who is expected to be officially sacked in the coming days.
Club chiefs are believed to be keen on appointing a new manager with a proven track record of success in the Champions League, the trophy which has eluded them.
But the tactician has given nothing away when casting his mind forward.
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