Ronald Koeman has revealed he wants to manage in England - but he is not interested in the Middlesbrough job.

The former Holland sweeper, whose last coaching post was an ill-fated seven-month stint in charge of AZ Alkmaar which ended in December last year, claimed he could not see any potential at the Teesside club.

Koeman, who has also coached Valencia and PSV Eindhoven, told the NuSport newspaper: "I would love to work in England. But preferably at the highest level or at a club with potential. I do not see that at Middlesbrough."

Boro are looking for a new boss following the resignation of Gordon Strachan on Monday.

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