French President Emmanuel Macron expressed his wish that Zinedine Zidane “come back” to the French League “for the brilliance of France”, according to what he said yesterday on “Radio Monte Carlo”, adding that he has “great admiration” for the former coach of Real Madrid and who should lead Paris.SG.
Macron said in the interview that it would be “fantastic” to see the 49-year-old French coach, who has 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 very much as a player and coach,” added the French president, on the sidelines of a visit to Clichy-sous-Bois in the eastern suburbs of Paris, entitled “Sports for de 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. That would be great.”
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