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14/12/2018 - 13:18 GMT

Robert Pires Mulls Premier League For Zinedine Zidane’s Next Job

 




Arsenal legend Robert Pires feels that Zinedine Zidane could well manage in the Premier League when the time comes for him to return to the dugout.

Zidane won one league title and an unprecedented three Champions League crowns as Real Madrid coach, but he left the club at the end of last season.




Pires was not surprised to see his former France team-mate leave the European champions as he believes after winning so much at the Bernabeu, Zidane needed a break.

He expects Zidane to return to management and feels the Premier League could be fertile ground for the Frenchman to take up a job.

 


“I was not surprised because after winning three Champions League, it was time for a break”, Pires told Spanish daily Mundo Deportivo.

“He went with his head held high and I see him training soon.


“Why not in the Premier League? It is very competitive.

"He deserves to find a good team.”


Manchester United have been heavily linked with an interest in Zidane as the speculation over Jose Mourinho’s future continues to dominate the headlines.

It remains to be seen what jobs in the Premier League might be available for Zidane to take next summer.