French coach Zinedine Zidane has confirmed that he plans to pursue this business in the future and that he still feels a huge passion for the game and the sport. Zidane said that he plans to continue his coaching career, and all this comes after rumors that his job at Real Madrid could be his last and that he will not return to the bench of any of the clubs.
The last club he connected with was PSG, but at least for now, there will be none. "Can I still contribute things as a coach? Yes, many, or I think some. I want to continue because I still have the illusion, it's my passion," Zidane explained.
I have a lot [left to give], or at least something. I want to continue along this path." He added: "I want to continue, I still have this flame, it's my passion, football. I'm [almost] 50 years old, fulfilled, I'm happy, that's the most important thing."
Zidane's last coaching job was in May last year when he left Real Madrid after a season in which he did not win a single trophy, and in his first term on the bench of the Royal Club, he won three Champions Leagues.
Zidane achieved three Champions League Titels
Zidane said that the most important thing along the hard work were the people who surrounded him, and the great team he had behind him.
"We worked hard, we had incredible players, and a team that followed me," he added. I was responsible for a lot of things, but I had a great team behind me. Alone it wouldn't have been possible. I need to surround myself with people I feel comfortable with.
If not, it can't work." There is a possibility that Zidane will take over the French national team after the World Cup, and there is no doubt that he will connect with many other clubs at the beginning of the new season.