Looking for a new challenge following his recent departure from Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane is now cited on the side of the Premier League. Several British sources announce it to take the orders of Tottenham.
Real Madrid: Zinédine Zidane to the Premier League?
For several weeks, his departure was constantly mentioned in the press. It’s now official since Thursday: Zinédine Zidane is no longer the coach of Real Madrid. As in 2018, the French technician resigned his post in Madrid just days after the end of the season in La Liga. But unlike his first term on the bench for Real Madrid where he won nine trophies, including three consecutive Champions League in two and a half years, his second term was less sparkling, marked by a last untitled season.
However, Zinédine Zidane does not intend to remain inactive for too long. According to the Spanish press, the 48-year-old coach does not want to spend a sabbatical year. His goal after his resignation from Real Madrid is to find a new challenge to match his ambitions. And that’s good, since many major European clubs would be happy to welcome this football legend to their workforce.
Several teams are busy behind the scenes to snatch his signature for next season. And if his name is mentioned more and more at PSG in the event of the departure of Mauricio Pochettinho, Zinedine Zidane could eventually bounce back in the Premier League.
Daniel Levy ready to go on the offensive for Zidane
The Daily Telegraph reveals that the London club are keenly interested in Zinédine Zidane’s profile and Spurs president Daniel Levy would like to go on the offensive in the coming days. Tottenham have been coached by interim Ryan Mason since José Mourinho’s sacking last April and are currently looking for a more seasoned coach to take the reins of the first team. It remains to be seen whether Zinedine Zidane will be interested in the London challenge. Otherwise, other avenues are considered. TheInter Milan, Champion of Italy and qualified for the Champions League, remains another interesting opportunity for the French tactician.