FFF president suggest Zinedine Zidane is the right man for the job.
Since Zinedine Zidane left Real Madrid last season, he hasn’t been nominated to take over top clubs in Europe.
The man who would make that decision is Noel Le Graet. The President of the French Football Federation was happy to admit he had interest in him.
“First of all, you have to be careful with what you say. Zidane showed in Madrid that he has qualities that you hardly imagined. In the mind of the French people, he could be a successor. But that isn’t my objective. We will see. If Didier [Deschamps] and I separate, he will be one of the options without doubt.
The interview with L’Equipe was documented by Football espana.
“I’m not going to say: I hope that Didier says he doesn’t want to renew and I am going to see Zidane.”
“Do you see me saying today: ‘it’s Zidane who will replace Deschamps?’ We will see. Maybe Zidane will take charge of PSG. But today we will do everything possible to ensure Didier is in the best place possible to win this World Cup.”
With the uncertainty surrounding the future of Curren Parisian club coach, Mauricio Pochettino, Zinedine Zidane may be the ideal candidate.