Wenger recommends Zidane to go to England

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Legendary Arsenal head coach Arsene Wenger recommended his compatriot Zinedine Zidane to pursue his career in the Premier League.

Zidane is out of work since the end of last season, when he led Real to the third consecutive victory in the Champions League, and after a few days left the coaching bridge of the Royal Club.

Zinedine still remains a bookmakers’ favourite for the role of Jose Mourinho’s replacement at Manchester United. According to Wenger, moving to England would be a logical continuation of the French legend’s career.

From Wenger’s point of view, this is logical, since if you want to work at the highest level with the greatest competition, then you should try yourself in England.

Nevertheless, there are many uncertainties thanks to Brexit. The main one is whether the Premier League will retain its dominant position financially.

England is the only country where 6 clubs compete for the championship throughout the season. In some leagues, you can say who will achieve the champions title in December. And in France, for example, the winner is known in September already.

(Reporting by Kovtunov Ilya, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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