Zinedine Zidane rejected an offer to take over as manager of Paris Saint-Germain from Christophe Galtier.
Despite winning the Ligue 1 championship this year, PSG is likely to announce the firing of its present boss.
Former Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann has been widely projected to take over, yet sources in France suggest he was not the first option at the Parc des Princes.
According to Le Parisien, Zinedine Zidane, the former Real Madrid manager, is currently under investigation about taking the job.
As a result, the club reportedly turned its attention to other managers, notably Nagelsmann, after Zinedine Zidane reportedly declined their attempts.
Zinedine Zidane turns down PSG offer to replace Christopher Galtier
According to the French source, PSG is contemplating Bayer Leverkusen boss Alonso and former Spain manager Luis Enrique.
Nagelsmann and Enrique are both candidates to the Napoli role after Luciano Spalletti said he will quit the team after leading them to the Serie A victory.
Enrique has been in club management since leaving Barcelona in 2017. Luis left the country following Spain’s round of 16 World Cup loss against Morocco.
Alonso, a former Liverpool and Real Madrid player, only took over as manager of Bayer Leverkusen in October.
PSG is anxious to win the Champions League, a league they have never won before.
They were out in the first round of the knockout rounds. Following two defeats to Bayern Munich while Nagelsmann was still in command.
According to rumours in Germany over the weekend, Nagelsmann has also met with Napoli.
According to French media, PSG made the 35-year-old their top priority to replace Galtier.
Zidane was recently approached by PSG, according to Le Parisien, but he turned them down. The club has made approaches for different targets after Zidane was turned down, including Julian Nagelsmann. Alonso and Luis Enrique are also on PSG’s short list.