Madrid - Real Madrid coach will leave the club after successive failures after the departure of striker Cristiano Ronaldo and return to work in France.
Manuel Esteban, editor-in-chief of Spanish newspaper AS, said in a tweet on Twitter that "Zidane believes that he will leave the Santiago Bernabeu after the huge shock that hit the performance of the team as a result of the departure of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus a year ago."
Esteban added that Zidane "knows that his days at Real Madrid will not last and knows that his future is not at the club and therefore he really wants to return to France to achieve his dream, revealing that Zidane 47 years hopes to take over Paris Saint-Germain to succeed the current coach of the German team Thomas Tukhle.
Late last season, Zidane returned to Real after a surprise departure in the summer of 2018 although he led the team to a historic triumph by winning the Champions League three successive times.
Real Madrid started the new season with a 3-1 win over Celta Vigo but soon stumbled at home to Real Valladolid, where they met in the second round with a 1-1 draw.