Zidane's advisor responds to PSG links

Ligue 1

Zinedine Zidane's advisor has responded to reports claiming they have agreement to replace Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain.

Pochettino is reportedly set to be dismissed in the comming days after only winning the Ligue 1 title this campaign.

Get French Football News on Friday reported that the former Real Madrid tactician was on the verge being appointed as the new manager.

Read: Huge job lined up for Zidane?

Zidane has been a free agent since parting ways with Real Madrid at the end of last season, but the Frenchman's advisor has poured could water over the speculation.

“All of these rumours which are going around are unfounded. To this day, I am the only person who is authorised to represent and advise Zinédine Zidane," the advisor said, according to GFFN.

"Neither Zinédine Zidane nor myself have been directly contacted by the owner of PSG.”

“I also highly doubt that his majesty the Emir of Qatar, Cheikh Tamin Ben Hamad Al Thani, would go through social media or media in order to manager his business and take crucial decisions with regard to PSG’s future.

"I’m not even sure if he’s really interested in Zidane arriving.”

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