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Forget Conte, Manchester United Should Go All Out For Zinedine Zidane

After an ugly 5-0 loss to Liverpool, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under great pressure at Manchester United and is battling for his job.

The Red Devils are reportedly interested in hiring Zinedine Zidane as their manager. According to Marca, the Frenchman is getting interest from teams, including Manchester United. Many sources have said that Solskjaer's dismissal is a foregone conclusion, and United are seriously contemplating replacing him.

Antonio Conte has emerged as the frontrunner so far, but United are yet to make a decision. Zidane's name has been floated as well. The Frenchman would be an ideal candidate to lead Manchester United. For his successes as a player and his stunning success as a manager, he will demand respect from the locker room.

Zinedine Zidane is one of Real Madrid's most decorated managers in their history. He is the only manager in history to win the Champions League three times in a row. Despite his surprising exit in 2018, Zidane returned to Madrid in March 2019 after a brief break.

After a poor season, Zidane led his team to a league title for the 34th time in the 2019-2020 season. As a manager, he has won three Champions Leagues, two Club World Cups, two UEFA Super Cups, two Spanish Super Cups, and two LaLiga titles.

If the Red Devils want to be sure of winning, they should go no farther than the Frenchman, who has a track record of success.

Gary Neville has also expressed his thoughts on who he would like to replace Solskjaer if he is fired. He believes Conte is not the perfect match for the club, and he also believes Brendan Rodgers will not be hired. While he seemed interested in Zidane winning the job, he questioned whether he would be willing to go to Manchester. It remains to be seen who Manchester United will appoint as Solskjaer's replacement.

Do you think Zidane is the right man for the job?

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