Former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has made Manchester United his second choice if he would return to management.
Zidane has been tipped to replace Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford if the Portuguese tactician fails to get the needed results to move the club forward.
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Reports in the Le Parisian claimed that Zidane is not desperate to secure the Manchester United job despite the speculation raised by the English press.
Instead, the Frenchman's priority is a return to Juventus, believing he still has much to give back to his former club.
And Juve president Andrea Agnelli could yet accommodate Zidane, with talk of the former midfield star being offered the general manager's post set to be vacated by Beppe Marotta this month.