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Zidane representative denies agreement with PSG



Alain Migliaccio, Zinedine Zidane’s agent, has dismissed claims that the Frenchman has reached a deal with Paris Saint-Germain. Migliaccio spoke with L’Equipe and sought clarification on the situation.


“All of these rumors are false. I am the only one who can currently represent Zinedine Zidane. “Neither Zidane nor I have been contacted directly by PSG’s owner,” Migliaccio stated.

According to reports from Telefoot and RMC, which were later confirmed by MARCA, Zidane had agreed to become PSG’s coach, but it appears that the contentious move will not take place at this time.

Zidane is a Real Madrid great, and while he is a free agent who can join any team he wants, fans would be disappointed to see him coach PSG considering what happened between the two clubs over the last two years.

PSG is believed to be interested in Zidane, but would he agree to a contract?

Zinedine Zidane is one of the most famous French football players of all time, widely regarded as a master of the fundamentals and techniques of the game. He is known for his excellent control and dribbling skills, his magic ball touch, his focused vision and great leadership traits. During his active soccer years, no player would surpass the way he controlled and received the ball. He scored 31 goals, out of his 108 international outings. Since his retirement, Zidane has actively participated in his beloved game as a manager. In his active years, he was celebrated as the top notch player for France. His excellence in football has bestowed Zidane some coveted awards and awards such as the FIFA World Player of the Year thrice, and the Ballon D’Or once.

Zinedine Zidane was born in Marseille, France, on June 23, 1972. At the tender age of five, young Zidane was introduced to the football game. Together with his neighborhood friends, he played football, at the main square of the housing complex known as, the Place Tartane. In his early days, his love for football was mainly influenced by Olympique Marseille players; Jean-Pierre Papin, Enzo Francescoli and Blaz Sliskovic who were his soccer stars idols.

At the age of ten, Zidane bagged his first player license for the junior team of a local club from La Castellane. He perfected his skills on the rough streets of La Castellane in Marseille, France. However, his term at the club was short lived and after about one and a half years he was transferred to SO Septemes-les-Vallons. His alliance with Septemes, however, lasted for about two and a-half-years, after which he among those selected for a three-day training in Aix-en-Province at the CREPS.