Hungary coach Marco Rossi has said he remains committed to the job.
Before last night’s Nations League defeat to Italy, the former Sampdoria defender opened the door to a Premier League move.
But following the loss in Budapest, Rossi stated: “I don’t think I’ll ever be in competition with the Italian coaches who work in Italy.
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“My intention is to continue my work . until the contract expires because I am still one of the old-fashioned ones – for me when you sign a contract and shake a hand then you have to keep that word.
“The contract will expire in December 2025 and I want to stay until it expires, unless they kick me out first … I’m fine in Hungary, I live in a very civilized country w. they love football perhaps even more than in Italy.
“In these 10 years, despite not speaking Hungarian, they have shown me their appreciation and esteem on a daily basis.”