I'll be back coaching soon - Zidane amid Man United links

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Manchester United legend, Eric Cantona, has declared interest to replace Jose Mourinho as the club's manager.

The Argentine has fallen down the pecking order at Juventus after the Bianconeri signed Cristiano Ronaldo earlier this summer, although there is no doubting the talent of the 24-year-old.

The Manchester United midfielder has been leading all football gossip in the past few weeks, and his latest statements have not helped his case get any better.

"I have a very good relationship with the coach [Didier Deschamps]".

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Currently, Mourinho's future is surrounded by speculations as United had a poor start to their season after going trophyless for the last season.

"[Things are] not so good, but it is early in the season - too early to tell", he told the Daily Mail.

On the other hand, Edison Cavani and Alcantara are rumored to leave their respective clubs.

Mourinho has so far been reluctant to cash in on the French World Cup victor, despite his inconsistent displays in a United top, but Calciomercato suggests that he would be prepared to part company if his conditions are met. The club I can not name.

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It seems like the Manchester United dressing room is having some issues with Jose Mourinho. "He's the only person who should be at United".

Zidane ended his time at Real Madrid just days after securing a third-straight Champions League triumph against Liverpool in Kiev, and has been out of work since.

Asked about his future, French great Zidane told TVE: "I am sure that I will coach again before long". They will win things, I know they will.

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