The chances of Zinedine Zidane becoming Manchester United’s new manager are little to nothing, according to Spanish news outlet, AS.
The former Real Madrid manager is currently without a job, after quitting his role with the Los Blancos months ago.
United are said to be looking in the Frenchman’s direction, as speculations continues to swirl around Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s future.
Zidane won 11 trophies during his time at the santiago Bernabeu, including the UEFA Champions League.
Solskjaer is believed to be on borrowed time, as the struggles of United have persisted through the course of this season.
Ex-Chelsea boss, Antonio Conte was another top target for the role before he opted to join Tottenham.