Manchester United have been all but on the news for a long period of time since the big lose against rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford. A humiliation which almost costed the Norwegian tactician his job.
But luckily his still holding on even after another defeat in the hands of neighbours Manchester City at the same venue. Despite being incharge, the club hierarchy is reported to be really interested.
And searching on the possibility of replacing him if they secure a high profile and convincing manager. And according to Sunsport, the club had reportedly opened talks with Zinedine to try convince him to be their next manager.
And they hope the prospect of his two former Los Blancos players Cristiano Ronaldo and Varane could play a part positively as well. As per Sunday Times, the Frenchman is a serious candidate considered by the red devil's.
Despite links to Brendan Rodgers, as well as with a top agent informing the Manchester club. That a clause in his contracts would allow him leave Leicester City for a Champions league club.
To some disappointment however, Zinedine is said to be 'unsure whether the opportunity presented by United is the right one to take at this point'. And unfortunately to the premier league giants it will require some persuasion.
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