Real Madrid manager, Zidane Zidane, has admitted he is keen to return to Juventus as manager.
Juve are being tipped to make a change in the dugout after a poor 2020/2021 campaign, with current boss Andrea Pirlo under fire.
The Serie A champions have exited the Champions League early and fall well behind Inter in the league standings.
Zidane, who played for the Bianconeri between 1996 and 2001, has been touted as one of the main candidates to replace Pirlo, and he has hinted that he would be open to the opportunity after his latest game in charge of Real Madrid.
“Italy is always in my heart. Juve has always been important to me.
“I don’t know. For now I’m here. Let’s see,” he told Sky Italia.
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