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“I wouldn’t sign with any Premier League team.”

Tottenham-linked Luis Enrique Open to Premier League Move, but Spurs Might Be Too Soon

Luis Enrique, the former treble-winning manager of Barcelona, has expressed interest in managing in the Premier League but considers a move to Tottenham too soon for him. Luis Enrique has been unemployed since parting ways with Spain after an early World Cup exit following a semi-final appearance at Euro 2020. Although he is believed to be in the running to replace Antonio Conte at Spurs, the Gijon-born coach isn’t keen to make the step yet. “I would like to go to a team there that can do important things with and that is very difficult. I would not go to any Premier League team,” he told La SER Gijon.

Luis Enrique departed Spain after an early World Cup exit


Luis Enrique departed Spain after an early World Cup exit

Despite his interest in a potential move to England, the former Barca, Roma, and Celta Vigo boss isn’t ready yet. The often-enigmatic 52-year-old cherishes his time off from football, including a recent completed 700km bike race, which he updates his fans on via social media. Luis Enrique disclosed he won’t read the Spanish press, only the English press. He’s been offered positions with national teams but hasn’t considered accepting offers from clubs. Luis Enrique’s coaching stint with Spain’s national team was a fruitful one, despite making mistakes in the recently concluded World Cup.

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