Though the season is just a week old, Manchester United manager José Mourinho is uncertain of keeping his job beyond this season.
The Portuguese manager took over from Ryan Giggs in 2016 but he has had to deal with unhealthy relationships with his employers.
However, his stay at Old Trafford might not be longer than this season as reports emanating from Old Trafford claims that former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is keen on replacing the Portuguese tactician by the end of this season.
Zinedine Zidane shockingly left Real Madrid last season after helping the Los Blancos to their third consecutive Champions League trophies.
Since his resignation from being Madrid’s manager, the Frenchman is without a club and he is not willing to get a team this season as he waits for United job.
It was reported before the world cup that he could take charge of France national team job after the mundial but that might turn out to be a mere rumor, considering Didier Deschamps’ triumph in the tournament.
According to report via French media outlet L’Equipe, Zidane is targeting a move to the Premier League in 2019-2020 season and Manchester United are tipped as his next destination.
With Mourinho’s cold relationship with the club’s hierarchy led by Ed Woodward, Zidane might achieve his dreams of coaching the Red Devils in the nearest future.