Manchester United managerial position is up for grab as there are reports linking former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane to the Red Devils coaching job.
Mourinho is uncertain about his long-term furry at Old Trafford and he might be replaced by the club’s hierarchy before the end of this season, that’s according to reports emanating from Spain.
However, should Zidane eventually succeed the Portuguese at the Theater of Dreams, he is reportedly set to make his countryman is first signing.
According to French publication Le10Sport, Zinedine Zidane would make move to capture Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Greizmann in his first month as United boss.
The source revealed that Zidane is contended with the player’s ability and work-rate for the Spanish capital, so, he wants to have him at Old Trafford once he takes over from Mourinho.
If Zidane must poach the player out of Diego Simeone’s watch, United might need to cough-out €200m for his signature.
During his reign at Santiago Bernabeu, Zidane targeted the 24-year-old proven goalscorer but all his bids were ignored by Atletico’s hierarchy who are unwilling to release the player for no amount.
Having joined the Europa League Champions in 2014, the Frenchman has played over 200 games for the Rojiblancos helping them to a La Liga glory, Copa Del Rey and Europa League.