Bayern Munich: Zinedine Zidane open to managing at Allianz Arena in future

Zinedine Zidane reportedly open to managing Bayern Munich in future. (Photo by Angel Martinez/Getty Images)
Zinedine Zidane reportedly open to managing Bayern Munich in future. (Photo by Angel Martinez/Getty Images) /

Bayern Munich is one of the best clubs in Europe when it comes to achieving success on the pitch with a sustainable plan. The Bavarian club works efficiently in the transfer market and always has a long-term vision for managers and players.

The good sporting conditions at Bayern Munich make them one of the most desirable clubs in Europe for managers. There are more pros than cons about managing the first team at Die Roten, so successful coaches think twice whenever there is an opportunity to work in Bavaria.

Zinedine Zidane considers Bayern as one of the four clubs in Europe where he can imagine himself working in the future, reports RMC. Juventus, Real Madrid, and PSG are other clubs on Zidane’s list. The French coach is currently out of a job after leaving Real Madrid in 2021 for the second time.

RMC also confirms that Zidane considers Bayern an ideal destination for him due to the great foundations at the club for achieving success in the Champions League. He has enjoyed a lot of success in the Champions League, winning three titles with Real Madrid. Being competitive in Europe’s premier competition is one of the key aspects to consider for Zidane when he is picking his next club.

With France deciding to extend the contract of Didier Deschamps after the successful World Cup 2022, Zidane will return to club management in the summer. However, he may have to wait for a long time to get the chance to work at Bayern.

The Bavarian club signed Julian Nagelsmann on a five-year deal in 2021. The German coach is part of their long-term vision, so he is unlikely to go anywhere anytime soon. A catastrophic set of results or Nagelsmann falling out with the board is the only way a change of coach will be considered at Bayern.

For now, things are going well for Nagelsmann at Bayern. He managed to win the Bundesliga in his debut season. In his second season, Bayern is competing on all fronts at the halfway mark of the season. The club chiefs will be hoping for a deeper run in the Champions League this season after the quarter-final disappointment against Villarreal in the previous campaign.

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Nagelsmann also successfully navigated through the first tough period at Die Roten. The Bavarian club was on a winless run of four games in September. Nagelsmann made the necessary changes to the system, and the team bounced back emphatically to go on a long unbeaten run. Zidane’s admiration for Bayern is understandable, but he will not have his wish of managing the club anytime soon. Die Roten is firmly committed to Nagelsmann for achieving short-term and long-term success.