Potential Manchester United new manager candidate Zinedine Zidane has previously left the door open to taking up the hotseat at Old Trafford.
The French coach, 51, is reportedly among the options being considered by United to take over from Erik ten Hag if they decide to sack the former Ajax boss after a poor start to the season.
There is little doubting Zidane’s record in the game, where he has excelled as both a manager and a player.
At Real Madrid, he coached them to a pair of LaLiga titles and three Champions League trophies across two spells while he also lifted Europe’s greatest club honour as a player at the Bernabeu.
Speculation has regularly risen around the former attacking midfielder’s eventual return to the dugout and United’s name is never far from those rumours.
Last year, shortly after Ten Hag’s appointment, Zidane had been linked with a move to the Red Devils and spoke openly about his willingness to consider such an opportunity.
However, there was one explicit demand he outlined for any future employer that the Glazers may struggle to contend with in United’s current state.