Zinedine Zidane has praised Bayern Munich's managerial organisation after spending time studying Pep Guardiola at the German club.
The legendary Frenchman, currently in charge of Real Madrid's Castilla team, is in Munich, alongside a number of fellow ex-players-turned-Coaches from the Gallic nation, to analyse the former Barcelona boss as part of their curriculum for the UEFA Pro Level Three badge.
“My impression [of Bayern] is the same as it was before I came here,” he told FCB.tv.
“They're an extremely well-organised club, with personnel who breathe football from all sides.
“Despite their importance [in the footballing sphere], they seem like a family club.”
Zidane, who was reprimanded by RFEF last October for failing to hold the necessary coaching qualifications, has led Castilla to seventh in Group Two of Segunda B in his first season at the helm.