- Zinedine Zidane won't replace Jose Mourinho at Manchester United
- The Frenchman has been repeatedly linked with Old Trafford managerial job
- Mourinho has been under pressure at Manchester United in recent time
Ex-Real Madrid chief's agent Alain Migliaccio has revealed that Zinedine Zidane won’t replace Jose Mourinho as he does not fancy coaching in the English topflight.
According to a UK Sun report, Migliaccio insists the Frenchman, who left Los Blancos this summer will not be joining the Old Trafford outfit despite links in recent weeks.
"I do not think that he will manage in England.
"It is much less his style. I have discussed it with him, it does not really attract him.
"He has chosen to have a year out, he will not dive in again before that is over,” Migliaccio was quoted as saying
Interestingly, the Frenchman won 104 out of 149 games at Real Madrid, claming three consecutive Champions League titles and the La Liga title as well.
Last week, rumours circulated that Mourinho fielded a call from Zidane - prompting fears about his future, with a cardboard cut-out seen at the game yesterday.
The Portuguese boss is under pressure for leading the Red Devils to their worst start in 29 years before last weekend’s win over Newcastle.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale has been shortlisted among top stars for this year's Ballon d'Or award.
The 28-year-old attacker was superb for Los Blancos in their Champions League triumph over Liverpool in Kiev this May.
He scored two superb goals in the final of the competition - which includes the over-head kick at the Olimpiyskiy Stadium.
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