Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been sacked as Manchester United manager.
Solskjaer's almost three-year reign at Old Trafford on Sunday morning following United's 4-1 defeat against Watford.
Jadon Sancho, and Cristiano Ronaldo arrived at the club this summer and were expected to mount a serious Premier League title challenge, however, Solskjaer's side have failed to convince and performances have been consistently poor.
Solskjaer survived the Liverpool debacle and the Manchester derby humiliation but the Watford defeat was the final blow.
This certainly isn't the first time that has been linked with the United job.
Zidane's first job in management was at his former club Real Madrid and he won three Champions Leagues, two La Liga titles, two Spanish Super Cups and two FIFA Club World Cups across his time spent at the helm at the Bernabeu.
The Frenchman inherited a squad of world stars upon his appointment and there are doubts over his tactical credentials, though.
Brendan Rogers recently admitted that he is '100 per cent' committed to Leicester but the Foxes' results haven't been great.
The exciting British manager also delivered a similar sentiment to the press when managing Celtic before Leicester swooped for his services and it is not beyond the possibility that he could be swayed by the power and resource of the United job.
Rodgers won the FA Cup with Leicester last season and has guided the club to regular European qualification.
Solskjaer was arguably tactically out-thought by Rodgers when United lost 4-2 against Leicester earlier this month.