BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, ” it might not look like it now but I see it happening man utd are all over his cause and with the way its going he will come to Manchester United the world and also the fans should just be ready”. I can see that happening” – Fabrizio Romano backs Real Madrid icon Zinedine Zidane to take manager role at Manchester United in the future.


Former Real Madrid forward Julio Baptista has voiced his support for his ex-teammate Zinedine Zidane to eventually take the helm at Manchester United. Currently under the management of Erik ten Hag, Manchester United’s future has come under scrutiny following a challenging season. Despite securing a third-place finish last season, along with winning the EFL Cup and reaching the FA Cup final, Ten Hag’s tenure has been marred by 16 defeats across various competitions this term. Of these defeats, 11 have occurred in the league, leaving Manchester United in sixth place, nine points adrift of fourth-placed Aston Villa, albeit with a game in hand. While Ten Hag’s position is not immediately threatened, his future remains uncertain unless he secures silverware or guides the team back to the Champions League.

In light of Manchester United’s managerial uncertainties, Zinedine Zidane has emerged as a potential candidate for the Old Trafford hot seat. Julio Baptista, speaking to Ladbrokes via Metro, expressed his admiration for Zidane, hailing him as the best player he has ever played alongside. Baptista reminisced about the privilege of sharing a dressing room with Zidane and underscored the Frenchman’s status as one of the finest talents in the footballing world. Baptista shared his belief that Zidane possesses the qualities to excel as a Premier League manager, citing his remarkable coaching acumen and extensive experience, particularly his triumphant Champions League campaigns. With Zidane’s illustrious track record, Baptista envisioned the prospect of Zidane making a move to Manchester United in the future.

However, it is important to note that Zinedine Zidane has been absent from managerial duties since concluding his second stint with Real Madrid in the summer of 2021. Despite his hiatus, Zidane’s impressive managerial credentials and reputation in the footballing realm continue to fuel speculation regarding his next managerial destination, with Manchester United emerging as a potential landing spot according to Baptista’s endorsement.

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