Paul Scholes has warned the Manchester United supporters that Zinedine Zidane should not repeat his Real Madrid exploits when the Frenchman gets the job of the manager at Old Trafford. Zidane has been linked to United since the retirement of Real Madrid in summer. His son has recently confirmed that the 46-year-old will soon return to management. However, Scholes is not convinced that the appointment of Zidane for his struggling former club would guarantee a change in fortune. "Is Zidane the right man?" Scholes said about BT Sport. "He went to Real Madrid, where there was already a group of finished winners." This is a completely different job; He would have to restore confidence in a team that is not doing so well. "He had gone to Real Madrid with so many great players, it was still difficult, but this would be a complete rebuilding." Scholes also pointed out his opinion on Jose Mourinho and suggested that the United Nations coach must fight so hard this season because his assistant Rui Faria left the club in the summer.
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"I think the assistant (resignation) is the big one," Scholes told BT Sport. "Rui Faria was with him for a long time, he had been with him in every club. "Suddenly he's gone and apparently I do not know, but apparently he had a big impact on what he did day after day. He has lost that and he (Jose Mourinho) sometimes seems a bit lonely. I think that's a big part of it. "Manchester United top stories.