Manchester United have approached Zinedine Zidane about becoming their manager but the former Real Madrid boss is not interested in going to Old Trafford at this point, BBC SPORT has reported sources close to him as saying.
Ole Gunnar Soskjaer was sacked by United on Sunday after Saturday’s 4-1 defeat at Watford.
Zidane ended his second spell as Real manager in May this year.
He won three consecutive Champions League titles with the club from 2016.
After leaving in 2018, he returned a year later and won La Liga and the Spanish Super Cup in 2020.
The same sources, the report noted, have said legendary former France and Real midfielder Zidane, who is out of work, would not be keen on a move to United right now.
He has been linked with the French national side and Paris St-Germain, and would prefer to consider those options when or if they become available.
Mauricio Pochettino, who has regularly been spoken of as a future United boss, is the current manager of PSG, who have full confidence in the Argentine and have made no movements to replace him with Zidane.