The pressure on José Mourinho has slightly eased after Manchester United produced a stunning comeback against Newcastle United on Saturday.
Considering that one of the major headlines this week was that the United boss would be sacked this weekend, it looked certain that the door would be open for Zinedine Zidane to succeed him.
“I do not think that he will manage in England,” Migliaccio told Le Journal du Dimanche (via Goal).
“It is much less his style. I have discussed it with him, it does not really attract him.
“He has chosen to have a year out, he will not dive in again before that is over.”
Zizou left Real Madrid at the end of last season, winning three consecutive Champions League with Los Blancos.
United’s victory over Newcastle moved the club up to eighth place in the table and have won four times, drawn once and lost three times so far.
While the under-fire Special One remains United boss, SPORTbible’s recent poll revealed who supporters would choose to be the next manager at the club.