Zidane to Man Utd is 'almost impossible' as Real Madrid legend is holding out on a team 'with a winning project'

ZINEDINE ZIDANE to Manchester United is 'almost impossible', according to reports.

The Frenchman, 49, has been linked with the Red Devils post as pressure mounts on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

But even if the Norwegian is to be axed, Spanish paper AS have virtually ruled Zidane out of contention.

They claim that the former Real Madrid boss wants to wait for the France national team job.

Their report also adds that if a club job were to tempt Zidane back in, it would have to be one that already has a 'clear winning project'.

Zizou has been out of work since leaving Madrid for a second time at the end of last season.

Man United suffered their second embarrassing home defeat in a row yesterday, losing 2-0 to rivals Manchester City.

A fortnight earlier the Red Devils' 5-0 defeat to Liverpool had prompted links with Antonio Conte.


But Gary Neville has since claimed that a move for the Italian was never on the table, even before he joined Tottenham.

Ralf Rangnick is reportedly interested in taking the post, should Solskjaer be axed.

The 63-year-old is currently working as head of sports development at Russian side Lokomotiv Moscow.

Roy Keane and Danny Murphy both slammed the Red Devils in the wake of yesterday's result.

But Neville has since claimed that Ed Woodward will be determined not to sack Solskjaer before his departure in the coming weeks.

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