- Ex-Real Madrid boss Zidane has dismissed reports about his Man United ambition
- The France legend has been heavily linked to take over from Mourinho at Old Trafford
- The 45-year-old is currently without a job after leaving Los Blancos in the summer
The growing speculation about Zinedine Zidane joining Manchester United has been put to rest by the French manager.
According to French media outfit Le Perisen, the 45-year-old has clearly stated he has no interest in becoming manager at Old Trafford, should Jose Mourinho be sacked.
The Portuguese gaffer has come under immense pressure following poor strings of results in the last one week.
The Red Devils were forced to a 1-1 draw with Wolves at Old Trafford and few days later, they were knocked out of the Carabao Cup against Derby County.
To make matters worse, Mourinho's side were condemned to their third defeat of the season, losing 3-1 to West Ham at the London Stadium.
United will now face Valencia in the Champions League on Tuesday night at Old Trafford and travel to play Newcastle at St James' Park at the weekend.
Now, former Real Madrid manager's latest comments about joining the former English champions has been put to rest which means the Red Devils will have to look elsewhere.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had earlier reported that three managers could be sacked after their respective teams' Champions League defeat.
The coaches includes Manchester United's Jose Mourinho, Paris Saint-Germain's Thomas Tuchel and Monaco's Leonardo Jardim.
These managers have recorded poor strings of results on the domestic scene which have put them on red alert and could be relieved of their duties.
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