Linked with a move to Man United, comes the official response from Zidane

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Zinedine Zidane has finally responded to rumors about whether he could become Manchester United manager.

Erik ten Hag is under pressure at the Red Devils due to poor results, while he has spent over 500 million euros on transfers.

Many international media have linked Zizou with a move to Old Trafford, while the former Real Madrid coach has already spoken publicly about his future.

“When I was a player, I could choose almost any club. As a coach, there are not 50 clubs I can go to. There are two or three possibilities. If I go back to a club, it’s to win. I say this with modesty. This is the reason why I can’t go anywhere”, Zidane initially said in an interview with L’Equipe.

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“For other reasons, too, I may not be able to go anywhere. Which ones? Language, for example. Some conditions make things more difficult.”

“When people say to me: ‘Do you want to go to Manchester?’ I understand English, but I don’t have a full command of it.”

“I know there are coaches who go to clubs without speaking the language, but I work differently. To win, many elements come into play. It is a global context. I know what I need to win”, added the French coach.

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