Paris Saint-Germain has been linked to former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane, and the rumors continue with the summer months on the horizon. According to Foot Mercato, the capital club owner, the Emir Tamim ben Hamad Al-Thani is in regular contact with the French tactician.
Furthermore, the report states that there is no doubt that the Emir and the 49-year-old French technician will carefully observe the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 second leg next week at the Santiago Bernabéu between Real Madrid and PSG.
At first, reluctant to be the French giants’ manager, the three-time Champions League winner French coach is also open to the possibility of coaching the capital club under the leadership of his representative Alain Migliaccio. In addition, Zidane is seriously considering taking charge, with Arsene Wenger at his side.
Foot Mercato continues to relay the information that Zidane has no plans in working with PSG’s current sporting director Leonardo. As a result, the Emir won’t hesitate to make a change there if it means Zidane will be managing the bench next season.