Zinedine Zidane, the former Real Madrid manager, has expressed his disinterest in succeeding Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United if the Norwegian is eventually fired.
Zidane has been linked with a move to Man United, where Solskjaer is facing mounting pressure following the Red Devils' latest humiliating Premier League 5-0 defeat to Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Zidane does not want the Man United job, according to Mundo Deportivo, since he does not want to return to management so soon after leaving Real Madrid at the end of last season.
At this point in his life, the Frenchman simply wants to relax and recover, and while he will almost likely return to management in the future, that time is not now.
Meanwhile, the United administration is seriously considering firing Solskjaer ahead of the club's next Premier League encounter on Saturday against Tottenham Hotspur.
This follows Manchester United's humbling loss against Liverpool.
Man United's loss to Liverpool was their worst-ever home defeat to their Premier League rivals.
It was also their fifth loss in their previous nine games.
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