This Monday evening, the Spanish show, El Chiringuito launched a totally improbable rumor about the future of Zinedine Zidane. The talk show said the French coach could take the helm of Paris Saint-Germain.
Once again, the Iberian chain has launched an incredible lead. After missing their entry into the running last Wednesday, against FC Bruges in the Champions League, the capital club and especially Mauricio Pochettino have been the target of criticism.
Since his arrival during last season at the head of the European giant, the tactician has not really managed to win. Chosen to be the succession of Thomas Tuchel (sacked last January), the Argentinian has still not won a major trophy in Paris.
Last season, the former Tottenham coach even ceded the national championship to Lille. However, with this exceptional summer transfer window (Messi, Ramos, Hakimi …), the club of the city of light was designated as one of the favorites in the race for C1.
It is in this somewhat vague context that the name of Zidane appeared. According to the show, The beach bar the former Real Madrid coach may well succeed his Argentinian counterpart. The 1998 world champion has moved closer to Qatar, as part of the promotion of the 2022 World Cup, which could well benefit him. For the moment, taking over a project is not in the interest of the French coach.
Zidane is targeting the France team. During his last experience as a coach, the Frenchman was touched by the many criticisms he was receiving, which prompted him to resign. In the meantime, the tactician is enjoying his free time with his family.
According to the information of the Team disclosed last July, Zidane does not want to accept an offer before taking the head of the Blues. The latter would have even refused a very big proposal from a Premier League cador.
For his part, Didier Deschamps is still the coach of the France team. The Frenchman is linked to the world in Qatar with the Blues, but for the moment, Noël Le Graët, president of the French Football Federation has not extended his contract.