Following Manchester United’s disastrous loss to Liverpool on Sunday, the European media won’t wait for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be sacked before they start naming potential replacements for the managing position.

One of the candidates for the job is said to be Zinedine Zidane, who’s left Real Madrid earlier this year and has been unemployed since then.

However, according to the latest news from Spain, the 49-year-old actually ‘doesn’t think about Manchester United’.

Mundo Deportivo writes that Zidane isn’t interested in taking any new jobs in the short term. For now, he’s said to be ‘recharging his batteries’, planning to rest following the ‘intense years’ he’s had at the Santiago Bernabéu.

It’s claimed that Zidane ‘discarded’ the chance of taking new jobs such as Manchester United or Newcastle, as he’s ‘not in a hurry’ to get back to work for now.

The Frenchman is said to be only ‘seduced’ by two options: Paris Saint-Germain and the France national team, as a return to his country would weigh on his decision.