Frank De Boer the current manager of Ajax has admitted that would love to manage a Premier League club in near future especially one. He has been linked with several Premier League clubs in the past and continous to be in the frame for many high-profile clubs even today.

As recorded in a recent interview Franc De Boer’s brother, Ronald said that his brother would love to replace Manuel Pellegrini at Manchester City.

This move is possible considering the current situation as Manchester City are having an awful season and a major reason behind this is mal management by Pellegrini.

But De Boer would only make the move once his contract with Ajax runs out.

The Dutch man is also linked with some other Premier League clubs like Liverpool, Tottenham and Newcastle but his first priority will be Manchester City.

In that interview Roland also said:

“Frank would be interested in managing Manchester City in the future,” hid brother told talkSPORT.

“He’s already said he will stay at Ajax until 2016. If Manchester City or Barcelona come for him he will still stay [at Ajax]. After that [2016], he is ready to take on a job like that.”

 

 

 

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