Former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has revealed that language barriers were a factor in his failure to manage Manchester United
. “White King” by leading the team to two league titles and three Champions League
titles, Zidane was the name “Red Devils” fans called for when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked, but in the end they Coming up with Ralph Rangnick before sending Erik ten Hag to take over at the end of the
latest season, Zidane revealed that language proficiency was a barrier preventing him from taking over as boss at Old. Trafford.
The Frenchman, who inspired his country to World Cup glory in 1998, has been out of work since bringing a second stint as Real Madrid boss to a close in the summer of 2021
“If I go to any club. I’m going to win I would like to speak with humility. That’s why I haven’t been to any team yet,” he told UFABET.
“But there are other reasons as well. That makes me unable to control every team What is it? For example, the language Certain conditions can make things more difficult.
” ‘Why didn’t you go to Manchester United?’ I understand English. But I haven’t mastered it yet
. But I have a different approach. Winning requires a number of factors. This is a universal context. I know exactly what I need to win.”