If Zinédine Zidane would see himself taking over from Didier Deschamps on the bench of the France team, the vagueness surrounds the real intentions of the current coach of the Blues.
A bird in hand is worth two in the bush. The famous adage could feed Zinédine Zidane’s thinking about his future. Because if it seems certain that the Ballon d’Or 1998 is one of the main priorities of PSG for the coming months, and this despite the recent denials of the Parisian leaders, an appointment at the head of the France team remains uncertain. It is currently suspended on the decision of Didier Deschamps.
Asked by AFP, Noël Le Graët explained that he wanted to wait until the end of the next World Cup to think about the coach’s question. ” We can not say that the decision will be up to him, but not far. I believe that loyalty to Didier paid off ”, he confided before discussing the situation of Zinedine Zidane, whom he will obviously call if he is free and if Didier Deschamps chooses to stop: ” To lead the France team, you need a lot of desire. If you’re doing it by calculation, it’s not necessarily the right system. We have just qualified for the World Cup, so now is not the time to talk about succession. “
If Zinedine Zidane’s initial plan, at the time of his departure from Real Madrid was not to rush anything, as much to recharge his batteries after two trying years at the head of the Merengue as in view therefore of the succession of Didier Deschamps, the situation could to have changed. And all the more so as the Parisian project would clearly not leave him insensitive. His good relations with the Qatari owners do not spoil anything, as well as the wonderful contract that would await him in the capital.