- Zinedine Zidane could become Juventus manager this summer
- The Frenchman has been targeted as a replacement for outgone Maurizio Sarri
- The Italian League champions fired the former Chelsea handler after failing to progress to Champions League quarterfinals
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Italian League champions Juventus are reportedly planning to hire Zinedine Zidane as a replacement for sacked Maurizio Sarri.
The 61-year-old tactician was fired by the Serie A club just one year into his contract at the club following their disappointing ouster from the UEFA Champions League championship.
Juve claimed a 2-1 victory over Lyon in the second leg of their meeting but they were denied a chance in the quarterfinals due to away goal rules.
Both teams played 2-2 aggregate at the end of 180 minutes but Memphis Depay's goal at the Allianz Stadium was all that the French club needed to pull through to the next round.
The Turin club felt disappointed after bowing out of the competition at round 16 for the first time in over a decade and they have to cut their relationship with the Italian boss.
Juve suffered defeats in three of their last four league matches, while they lost to Napoli in the Coppa Italia final.
The Metro quoting Daily Mail claims Zidane is at the summit of the Old Lady's wishlist to take over from the next campaign.
Los Blancos cast doubts on his future at the Santiago Bernabeu after Manchester City dumped them out of the competition.
He said: "We will see what happens next season. Now it’s time to rest, I’m here and I’m the Real Madrid manager until something happens."
Juve are equally considering a move former Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino as a possible replacement for Sarri.
The Argentine has been out of job since Spurs sacked him last December with Jose Mourinho taking his place at the North London club.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Zinedine Zidane seems to have cast doubts on his Real Madrid future barely two days after winning them the 34th La Liga title.
The Frenchman led Los Blancos to Spanish League triumph despite trailing rivals with two points before football went on break in March.
They were crowned champions for the first time since 2017 following their 2-1 victory over Villarreal earlier in the week.
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