Amidst speculations linking Mauricio Pochettino to the Manchester United’s vacant managerial role, French giants, Paris Saint-Germain, have began talks with Zinedine Zidane and the could consider bringing him on board before the end of the season.
Although the Parisens have rejected Manchester United’s enquiry about Pochettino’s availability, but their rejection haven’t flagged off the speculations.
The Argentine is believed to be keen on becoming Manchester United manager in the middle of the season but for the moment PSG are not keen to let him go yet.
Meanwhile, PSG are said to have began preparations for the possible exit of Pochettino behind the scenes and former Real Madrid boss, Zinedine Zidane is the man that will replace him.
According to French daily Le Parisien, the French giants have been in negotiations with Zidane for several weeks over him becoming their manager.
The former Real Madrid boss is reluctant to take charge of the team mid-season and PSG have been planning to bring him in next summer.
However, given Pochettino’s interest in moving back to England, PSG would be prepared to make the change in the middle of the season as well.
The negotiations between the two sides have been progressing well and PSG are pushing to bring in Zidane.