The ex-Blancos boss believes that the France legend is not prepared to cope with the added pressure that comes with taking charge of the Santiago Bernabeu outfitSporting director Zinedine Zidane is not ready to take charge at Real Madrid as a coach, according to former boss Mariano Garcia Remon.
With departing No.1 Jose Mourinho returning to Chelsea, los Blancos are on the lookout for a new coach, with Carlo Ancelotti and Zidane both reportedly in talks with the club.
However, Remon would prefer a more experienced boss over the former France international.
"To be the coach of Real Madrid requires a special responsibility," the 62-year-old told Marca.
"It's a very complicated, they expect results. It is premature to say that 'Zizou' will coach Real Madrid.
"Everyone's talking about Madrid and, under this pressure, the coach still has to make important decisions. All coaches will have added pressure at Madrid, more than at any other club.
"Towards the end of long contracts, the results are evaluated. If the numbers are negative, then the deal gets terminated. We have seen an example recently with Mourinho, who had a contract [until 2016]."