Former Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane has now revealed his final decision about the Manchester United job.
Zidane has now said that he is not interested in the Manchester United job.
After the embarrassing 5-0 defeat to Liverpool on Sunday, there is now clear indication that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is on a lifeline as Manchester United boss.
Discussions have been held by the board and Manchester United owners, the Glazer family, with Solskjaer time maybe coming to an end after almost three years.
In light of this, MySportDab gathered that Zidane’s name could be on a four-man shortlist as potential replacement for the Norwegian.
But, According to The Daily Mail, Zidane is not interested in managing Manchester United.
Zidane, out of job after the end of his second spell as Real Madrid manager in May is said to be waiting for the right opportunity as he is in no rush to return to management.
At Real Madrid, Zidane won three consecutive Champions League titles, amongst other trophies during his time there.
During his football playing career, he won the 1998 World Cup with France and is now a potential replacement as the manager of the France national team.
Antonio Conte is considered to be on the top of the list of candidates to manage United and the Italian has also shown interest in the job after leaving Inter Milan in May.
Other names on the shortlist include Ajax’s manager, Erik Ten Hag, Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers and former Totheham boss, Mauricio Pochetinno.