The Real Madrid Castilla coach joined Will Sagnol and Claude Makelele in Germany as they aim to complete their Uefa Pro Level Three licence
Real Madrid icon Zinedine Zidane has travelled to Munich to pick up some coaching expertise from former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola.
The former France star, currently head coach of the Real Madrid Castilla side, has already been earmarked as a potential successor to Carlo Ancelotti at the helm of the senior side at Santiago Bernabeu.
Along with former international team-mates Claude Makele and Willy Sagnol, Zidane has joined a delegation attending Bayern’s training centre on Sabener Strasse to watch Guardiola lead a session on Wednesday.
Zidane, Makele and Sagnol – currently head coach of Bordeaux – are attempting to acquire their Uefa Pro Level Three coaching licence as they look to begin their careers in the dugout in earnest.
Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge welcomed the group at the training ground ahead of their three-day spell in Germany.
France legend & World Cup winner #Zidane is visiting #FCBayern this week to observe training. http://t.co/ZMm4omBF8X pic.twitter.com/Osd8FUBRAO
— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) March 24, 2015
Zidane, who has also visited Marcelo Bielsa at Marseille in the past few months, is currently enduring a tough spell with the Castilla side, who have lost four games in a row.
Guardiola’s Bayern are currently 10 points clear at the top of the Bundesliga and will take on Porto in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.