Zinedine Zidane has been heavily linked with a summer move to Manchester United to replace caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and bring back glory to the historic club.
It comes as no surprise that his name has been mentioned so frequently in connection with the club – few managers have been as successful in such a short period of time. During his time at Real Madrid, the Frenchman averaged a trophy every 97 days. The most significant of these were his three consecutive Champions League victories. An absurdly difficult feat made even more impressive considering he won them in his first three years of top tier management. These accolades don’t even include his achievements as a player. A player who won the World Cup, the European Championship, the Champions League, and, in 1998, the Ballon d’Or.Read More