Germany national team manager Joachim Low has denied any interest in filling the new vacancy at Real Madrid.
The 52-year-old then took over at PSG and although he delivered domestic domination in France he was unable to make a mark in the Champions League, and left the club in 2016 to be replaced by now Arsenal boss Unai Emery.
Asked about that possibility ahead of his country's World Cup 2018 warm-up friendly against Austria on Saturday, the 58-year-old said he had no interest at all in the job and was exclusively focused on preparing for his side's defence of their World Cup trophy in Russian Federation over the coming weeks.
He claimed the first of his hat-trick of European triumphs two years ago when Real defeated local rivals Atletico Madrid on penalties in the final.
After Real Madrid won the Champions League the third consecutive time, Ronaldo used the opportunity to make the night all about himself amid rumours of his departure from Los Blancos, saying that he was unsure about what the future holds for him.
Sources close to United have insisted the club are always in the market to buy the best players in the world - of which they consider Bale to be one.
Socialist takes over as Spain’s prime minister after corruption scandal
The vote of no-confidence came after 29 former members of his conservative Popular Party were convicted of corruption last week. Mr Sanchez, 46, is expected to take office by Monday after King Felipe VI swears him in, and appoint his cabinet next week.
New Zealand plans to slaughter 100,000 cows to eliminate Mycoplasma
The government will meet 68% of the cost, while farmers and the cattle industry will pay the rest, the New Zealand Herald reports. The bacteria is not harmful to humans and does not pose a threat to food safety. - An improved compensation claim process.
Trump to pardon conservative commentator Dinesh D’Souza
Trump told reporters that Blagojevich said something dumb but that " lots of politicians" do and thinks his sentence is excessive. He was sentenced to five years of probation and eight months in a halfway house, and paid a $30,000 fine.
"I had the respect of all, above all the players, which has been fundamental in achieving things".
'I wanted him as a player and a manager and I wanted him to be next to me forever, but I also know that, when he takes a decision, it's a final decision.
ESPN's Tottenham correspondent Dan Kilpatrick reveals the transfers he feels will help the club win silverware in the coming season.
But would Real Madrid's demanding fans back the 68-year-old Frenchman, whose last piece of silverware with the Gunners came in 2017 with the FA Cup?
Madrid overcame Liverpool 3-1 in the Kiev showpiece, having finished third and 17 points adrift of champions Barcelona in LaLiga.