Zinedine Zidane has confirmed that he is set to return to management 'soon', with the French national team his most likely destination.
Zidane has enjoyed two incredibly successful stints at Real Madrid manager in recent years, winning three UEFA Champions Leagues, two La Liga titles and two FIFA World Club Cups. In his short career as a manger, Zidane holds a remarkable 65.5% winning record.
Since leaving Real Madrid at the end of the 2020/21 season - his first without a trophy - Zidane has been linked with a multitude of different jobs across Europe from Juventus to Paris Saint-Germain most recently.
When asked by AS about when we can expect him to get back into management, Zidane replied: 'Soon, soon. I'm not far away from doing that again."
While Juve and PSG have been linked with bringing in Zidane, it is widely expected that the ex-midfielder will takeover as France national team manager after the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The tournament is likely to be Didier Deschamps last as Les Bleus' manager, having being the coach for over a decade. If Zidane takes over, he will be keen to replicate Deschamps and become one of just three people to ever win the World Cup as a player and a manager - Deschamps, Mario Zagallo and Franz Beckenbaur have all achieved this feat.