"This is a very different job": Paul Scholes wonders if former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane could succeed at Manchester United. Jose Mourinho is putting pressure on Manchester United, who are in the league's eighth. Zinedine Zidane plans to return to management following his departure from Real Madrid Former Man United Midfielder Scholes believes that Zidane may not be suitable for By
James Ayles for Mailonline
15:07 EST, 6 December 2018
18:48 EST, 6 December 2018
Zinedine Zidane may not be the right person for Jose Mourinho if the Portuguese leave Manchester United, said Paul Scholes. Mourinho was under mounting pressure as Manchester United's Premier League side finished eighth, 18 points behind leaders and arch-rivals Manchester City. However, Old Traffords legend Scholes has asked whether Zidane, who left Real Madrid in May, has enough experience rebuilding teams should he replace Mourinho.
Paul Scholes believes that Zinedine Zidane has no experience rebuilding teams. But is Zidane the right man? & # 39; 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 build the confidence in a team that is not going so well. "He went with so many great players to Real Madrid that it was still difficult, but this would be a complete rebuilding." Zidane led Real Madrid to three Champions League titles and La Liga before leaving the club in the summer. Half a year after ending the management, he indicated that he is ready to return to front coaching.
Zidane won three Champions League titles during the Bernabeu, which ended in May
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