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Zidane keeps the door open for PSG

The Frenchman has a lot of possibilities 

Zidane keeps the door open for PSG
Zidane keeps the door open for PSG

Zinedine Zidane turns 50. The Frenchman, featured in a report by L'Equipe for this reason, jumps onto the field and also sits on the bench. To remember his glorious time as a footballer and also the legend he forged at Real Madrid as a player and then a coach.

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Zizou is honest and makes it clear that his priority is to one day lead the French team, with whom he wants to close a circle. But it doesn't rule anything out. "Coach PSG? Never say never," says the coach, who continues to think as what he is.

"Never say never. Especially when you are a manager today. When I was a player I could choose and go to almost every club. As a manager, there are not fifty clubs I can go to. There are two or three possibilities. If I go back to a club it is to win. I say that in all modesty. That's why I can't go anywhere."

What about Manchester United?

"I understand English, but I am not completely fluent in it. I know that there are coaches who go to clubs without speaking the language, but I work in a different way. To win, many elements come into play, it is a global context. I know what I need to win."

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Wilian Estrella

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