Zinedine Zidane has reportedly emerged as a potential replacement for Bayern Munich manager Nico Kovac.
Kovac has endured a poor start to the season with Bayern who are four points behind league leaders Borussia Dortmund after seven matches.
Zidane won a third Champions League crown with Real Madrid last season and resigned afterwards and is currently without a club.
Manchester United have been frequently linked with an approach for the 46-year-old, but according to RMC Sport Bayern are interested in having him in Germany.
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A draw with Ajax in the Champions League has also raised the possibility of a quick change in the dugout, with Kovac only being appointed during the summer.