Zinedine Zidane soon national coach France? President: He could take over PSG

Noel Le Graet, President of the French Football Association FFF, sees Zinedine Zidane as a candidate for the post as a national coach-provided the 49-year-old does not take over at Paris Saint-Germain.

“For the people in France, he is a possible successor to Didier Deschamps, but I am not currently working on that,” Le Graet told the L’EQUIPE. “If Didier and I end the collaboration, he is certainly one of the candidates. But at the moment we do everything we can to get the greatest possible chance of becoming world champion again.”

Rumors have long been about a farewell Deschamps’ after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Whether it would get serious with Zidane also depends on the former real coach himself.

“At the moment I don’t think: Hopefully Deschamps stops after the World Cup, then I can strive for Zidane. We’ll see what happens. Zidane could take on PSG. To be able to train France away.

French Football Federation President Le Graet suggest Zidane may take over PSG

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At PSG, the current coach Mauricio Pochettino is no longer undisputed after the early retirement in the Champions League. Zidane, who was able to win the premier class three times in a row with Real as a trainer, has been without an office since summer 2021.