EPL: Zidane Gives Chelsea Conditions To Succeed Sarri

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Betway's Alan Alger, said: "Zinedine Zidane was very successful during his time at Real Madrid and with Maurizio Sarri's head on the chopping block, we've seen strong support for the Frenchman replacing him at Chelsea".

The French legend is keen to talk seriously about taking over as boss and turn the Blues into contenders again at home and overseas with a £200m transfer kitty.

Current Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has come under pressure following a run of three defeats in seven games that included 4-0 and 6-0 away losses to Bournemouth and Manchester City respectively.

Zinedine has been out of work since he chose to quit Real Madrid after guiding the club to their third consecutive Champions League trophy at the end of last season.

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But it is also claimed that Zidane would set three conditions before agreeing to take over at Stamford Bridge.

Whether the newspapers' "sources" can be believed is one thing, but it is worth noting that squad-building is not something for which the former Real Madrid star became known, instead using the players at his disposal to great effect rather than spending big money on new recruits.

The second condition is that Zinedine Zidane reportedly wants £200million in his transfer kitty during the summer transfer window while the third condition is that the Frenchman wants the authority to make decisions alongside director Marina Granovskaia.

Chelsea will play against Manchester United in the FA Cup on Monday evening at the Stamford Bridge and have a date with Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday, the two matches is a defining moment.

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