Zinedine Zidane would snub the opportunity to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the new Manchester United manager, AS reports.
The Frenchman parted ways with Real Madrid at the end of last season, citing that the club no longer had faith in him.
He has since been linked with the Red Devils job on numerous occasions, and the speculation has intensified again.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s job is on the line at the moment after four defeats in the club’s previous six league matches.
Zidane has been linked with the possible vacancy, but AS claims that he would snub advances from the Red Devils.
The 49-year-old is keen on taking up the France job, and he has no plans of returning to club management as of now.
Zidane may change his stance in the future, but he prefers a ‘clear winning project’ over a club going through transition.
United are not planning to dismiss Solskjaer, but they could be under pressure to do so amid a reported player revolt.