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Zinedine Zidane's son may play for Spain

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Enzo Zidane Fernández, son of French legend Zinedine, could be about to snub France for Spain as reports in Madrid have emerged that the 14-year-old boy is to be called up to the Spanish U-15 team.

The news has caused great controversy in France with all the newspapers to treat the subject with a mixture of astonishment and criticism.

Based in Madrid for eight years now, Enzo may feel more Spanish than French as he has spent over half his life living in the Spanish capital and his mother, Véronique, is originally from Spain.

If he does play for Spain, Enzo will follow the route of Bojan Krkić who rejected Serbian approaches to play for the country he lives in.

There is also a precedent for family members playing for different countries as Christian Vieri played for Italy while his brother Max played for Australia.

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