Luis Enrique, the former Barcelona and Spain national team manager, has expressed his desire to try an experience in the Premier League, as per his recent interview with Ser Gijon.
However, he emphasized that he would only accept an interesting project in the English league.
Enrique, who won nine titles in three seasons at Barcelona, said that he would only consider joining a club where he could do "big, important things." He also revealed that he has received proposals from national teams but is keeping all options open.
Enrique's comments have sparked speculation about his next move, with several Premier League clubs looking for new managers. Some reports suggest that Enrique could be a candidate for the Tottenham Hotspur job, which is currently vacant.
Enrique has been out of management since leaving the Spanish national team in 2019, after leading them to the UEFA Nations League title. He has been linked with several top jobs since then.
The 51-year-old has a wealth of experience in management, having also coached Roma and Celta Vigo in his career. His successful stint at Barcelona saw him win two La Liga titles, the Copa del Rey, and the UEFA Champions League.
It remains to be seen where Enrique will end up, but his desire to try an experience in the Premier League has certainly caught the attention of several clubs.
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