Chris Coleman is the head coach of the Wales national football team and he was being linked with Aston Villa as well as Swansea City.
Those Premier League clubs are keen on establishing Coleman as the manager for their squads, unfortunately for the English teams it does not seem like Coleman is interested in leaving his managerial position in Wales as the 45 year old coach stated that he is committed to continue with Wales and would like to continue with the national side for a few more years.
"My focus is here it has always been here. I haven't worked this hard to get to where we are to start thinking about something else. I'm the manager of Wales. We've got Northern Ireland, Ukraine, then Sweden, and then we go into a tournament, which is where we've always wanted to be. I'm very much in the middle of that, looking forward to it, and that's where my sole focus is." Coleman said as he pledged his future with Wales.
Coleman became the coach of the Wales national side back in 2012 as he replaced the late Gary Speed and so far he has managed to push Wales to their first major tournament since the 1958 edition of the World Cup which was over 50 years ago.
The managerial contract that Chris Coleman has with Wales expires in a few months’ time when the 2016 Euro’s reaches it’s end but the Welsh coach did say that he wants to have a contract extension and stay with the national side for a longer period of time but in order for him to earn a contract extension it might depend on how Wales perform in the approaching international tournament.
If the Wales national team don’t make an impressive run in the 2016 Euro’s, Coleman might not receive a contract extension but even if he doesn’t get a contract renewal, there is a big chance that he could return to club management and take charge of either Swansea City or Aston Villa as those Premier League clubs have showed interested in appointing Coleman as their new head coach.