Obviously thinking about his future after informing Feyenoord that he will not be extending his contract past this May, Ronald Koeman has admitted that he would be interested in managing in England next season.
Koeman has been linked with the vacant Swansea City job since Michael Laudrup was dismissed last week, but the Dutchman has denied he has held talks with Swans executives about taking over there.
One thing is for sure is that Koeman will not be leaving the Eredivisie side until the end of the current campaign.
After watching his side defeat NEC Nijmegen 5-2 on Saturday evening, in the post-match press conference, Koeman told De Telegraaf: “These reports are strange, I have already agreed my agent here that he will sort out the options I have. He will do the homework at the moment and that is all.
“If that leads to something, I might be ready for it. But for now I will just wait and see what happens. I don’t think anything will happen right now.
“I think it will be April or May before I can clarify anything about my future. At this stage, there has been no contact with Swansea City.”
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