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Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Real Madrid President Perez 'Angry' Zinedine Zidane Wants Man United Job (Details)

Real Madrid President Florentino Perez is reportedly not happy with Zinedine Zidane's plans to manage Manchester United.

Zidane quit his job just days after winning a third consecutive Champions League trophy at the Bernabeu.

Zidane cited exhaustion as his reason for leaving the Bernabeu, despite Perez’s wishes that he stay on.

The Frenchman was expected to take a year-long sabbatical but there is increasing speculation he could be set to replace Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.

And, According to Spanish Newspaper El Confidencial, Perez is 'disturbed' with Zidane's plan to return to football so soon.

Perez is said to be disheartened that Zidane is not taking at least a year away from elite club football.

The Frenchman recently confirmed he is looking for a new job, saying: "Surely soon I will return to training, because I like it and it's what I've done all my life.”

And Perez also now believes Zidane could be appointed as United's next coach after reports emerged the Red Devils have contacted the Frenchman considering a future move.

El Confidencial report Mourinho is in a tight situation and a switch to Zidane is likely anytime soon.

Pressure is building on Jose Mourinho at Manchester United after a poor start to the 2018-19 campaign.

They have lost two of their four Premier League games at the start of the campaign and are already off the pace of frontrunner and title challengers Liverpool and Chelsea.

There is talk of deals for Toni Kroos, Thiago Alcantara, James Rodriguez and Edison Cavani if Zidane came in.

Zidane supposedly has offers from other clubs, with France’s Ligue 1 a division he would like to manage in.

However, Mourinho has been backed withover £300m of new signings over the two years he has been at the club.

He has guided United to League Cup and Europa League triumphs already, while the club finished second behind Manchester City last term.

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