Why Sir Alex Ferguson turned down Zinedine Zidane for Man Utd



Martin Edwards, the former Manchester United chairman, has revealed that Sir Alex Ferguson turned down the chance to sign Zinedine Zidane in the mid-1990s.
Zidane, who at the time was playing for Bordeaux, was scouted by United’s Les Kershaw, but Ferguson already had Eric Cantona in the team and he played in a similar position to his French compatriot.
According to Sky Sports, Edwards told ManUtd.com that Zidane was on the club’s radar when he was 22. The Frenchman subsequently signed for Juventus and after that Real Madrid, where he is now the manager. 
“When Zidane was at Bordeaux, Les... read more

 
9 October 2017 in Sport, Views: 55
Source: The Week
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