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Former Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari hints at Premier League move

Solari hints at Premier League move
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Former Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari hints that he is interested in securing a position in the Premier League.

Santiago Solari has spoken highly of the Premier League, suggesting that he is open to a move to England in the future.

The Spaniard was removed from his position at Real Madrid earlier this year in order to facilitate the return of Zinedine Zidane to the Bernabeu.

However, the former midfielder has indicated that he is eyeing up his next position, which he would seemingly like to be in the Premier League.

The 42-year-old told BBC Sport: "I would like to coach in Europe, in a serious project in one of the big leagues.

"I saw the Premier League last year and how it grew so much. It was a fantastic campaign for the English teams. There are so many different cultures as well - you have Spanish coaches, German coaches, English coaches, coaches from all over the world who have made it grow.

"The type of football I like is when the team is the protagonist, offensive football, high tempo and aggressive but in order to achieve that you have to defend high, have fast transitions, and of course talent is a big part of that."

Newly-formed MLS outfit Inter Miami are said to be interested in holding discussions with Solari before 2020.

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