Zidane could coach Bayern and the club legend who would be his assistant

Zidane has already proved he has what it takes to succeed as a coach in Europe

By Emmanuel Mendez

Zidane has already proved he has what it takes to succeed as a coach in Europe
Zidane has already proved he has what it takes to succeed as a coach in Europe
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Everything seems to indicate that Bayern Munich will have a new coach next season, as things under Thomas Tuchel have not gone the best way and the German giants are on the way to losing the Bundesliga title to Bayer Leverkusen. In fact, one of the names that has been bandied about to take the Bayern job is Leverkusen coach Xabi Alonso.

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However, another option that has Bayern fans very excited is Zinedine Zidane. The former player and French legend has already proven his quality and ability as a coach, when he led Real Madrid to win everything, including the UEFA Champions League. For several years, Zidane has been without a team and has been linked with big clubs, but no one has been able to convince him.

But, according to the German media BILD, Bayern Munich has considered him as one of the main targets to take the reins of the club next season and it seems that the German club's project would be of interest to Zinedine Zidane. In fact, it has even been mentioned that the former Real Madrid and Juventus player would have in mind to bring a Bayern legend to be his assistant.

The Frenchman is Franck Ribery, who had a very successful spell with the German giants as a professional player, where he won a total of 23 titles and was a key player in most of them. He is currently an assistant at Salernitana in Serie A, so he already has a bit of experience in the dugout, something that Zidane could appreciate.

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Zidane's successes as a coach

Zinedine Zidane has only managed Real Madrid in his first division coaching career. However, with the Merengue club he has been able to lift eleven titles, including three UEFA Champions League titles. In addition, he was recognized as the best coach in the world on two occasions. He has managed a total of 263 matches, of which he has won 174, with 53 draws and only 36 defeats.

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