“I want to continue, I still have that flame, it's my passion, football”, said Zinédine Zidane this Sunday to the program Téléfoot, of the French network TF1, without specifying where he planned to train in the future.
“I am 50 years old, I am satisfied, I'm happy, it's the most important thing,” added 'Zizou' in a report that the program dedicated to him for his half century, which he will celebrate on June 23.
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He talked about his future
Although he still wants to train, after having won three consecutive Champions on the Real Madrid bench (2016, 2017, 2018), “I don't dream of anything, I dreamed a lot, I had many things”.
In the interview he did not speak of alleged contacts with Paris Saint-Germain to replace the Argentine Mauricio Pochettino, that he would leave, nor of the French team, where his name often appears as one day successor to the current coach Didier Deschamps, who has a contract until the end of the Qatar-2022 World Cup (November 21-December 18).
On June 10, several media claimed that Zidane and PSG were close to an agreement.
After that information, it is now the coach of Nice, Christophe Galtier, who seems to occupy the pole position to sit on the Parisian bench.
Galtier, champion of France in 2021 with Lille, has already worked in this club with the new PSG football adviser, the Portuguese Luis Campos.
< br>According to RMC Sport, the DT's ultimate objective is to lead his country's national team and that is why he will wait for the result of the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
The above confirms that it will not be the coach of PSG, a team that does the math to have him.
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