LONDON: The Norwegian is under pressure to change the club’s fortunes in the short term.
Cristiano Ronaldo would reportedly be in favour of Zinedine Zidane replacing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United manager.
With United failing to win any of their last three Premier League fixtures, the Norwegian is under pressure to change the club’s fortunes in the short term.
Numerous reports have insisted that Solskjaer continues to have the full backing of the club’s board, at least for the foreseeable future.
However, according to El Chiringuito, Ronaldo has recommended that Zidane be considered as a potential alternative in the dugout.
The Portuguese superstar has cut a frustrated figure of late, the veteran failing to make an impact against Leicester City last weekend.
Zidane is currently out of work after leaving his role as Real Madrid manager during the summer.