Premier League giants, Manchester United, are targeting Zinedine Zidane, as a "potential replacement" for Jose Mourinho, according to a report.
Mourinho, who would be in charge of the club for the third year, recently suggested that he is growing frustrated with the club’s inactivity in the transfer market.
The Portuguese has not spent more than three years in his previous three coaching roles at Chelsea, Intermilan and Real Madrid.
The Sun reports that the outburst of the former FC Pocto coach, has moved United to put contingency plans in place.
The report claims that Zidane, who won a Champions League treble for Real Madrid before his resignation as coach in May, has emerged as United’s top target should Mourinho leave.