Macron hopes Zidane returns to Ligue 1 “for France’s brilliance”

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During a radio interview on Wednesday, French President Emmanuel Macron said he would like Zinedine Zidane to “come back” to Ligue 1 “for the glory of France”. Expressing his “great admiration” for the former Real Madrid coach, which is needed to lead Paris Saint-Germain.

French President Emmanuel Macron said he would like to ‘come back’ Zinedine Zidane To the French League “for the brilliance of France”, which on Wednesday quoted a statement to him via “Radio Monte Carlo”, adding that he had “great admiration” for the former Real Madrid coach, who is to lead Paris Saint-Germain .

Macron made it clear in the interview that it would be “fantastic” to see the 49-year-old French coach, who won the Champions League three times with Real Madrid and is currently not tied to any contract.

“I have not spoken to Zinedine Zidane, but I admire him enormously as a player and coach,” the French president added on the sidelines of a visit to Clichy-sous-Bois in the eastern suburbs of Paris, entitled “Sports for the Youth “.

“We really want in the French Championship to have an athlete and a coach with a similar talent who was able to win three major cups that we are so striving for for our clubs. So I hope, for the brilliance of France, that he returns again, that he is coming to coach a French club,” added Macron, who backs Marseille. Big. It would be great.”

FRANCE 24/AFP