According to reports, Graham Potter would not be willing to leave his position as Chelsea manager if the opportunity to manage England arose next year.
According to The Telegraph, the former Brighton manager is in the same camp as Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe if Gareth Southgate steps down.
The current England manager is reportedly undecided about his future, with indications prior to the tournament indicating that this may be his final tournament in charge of his country.
With a few top executives currently unemployed, one or two have reportedly begun putting their names in the hat for the job going forward.
This includes Thomas Tuchel, who was fired by Chelsea earlier this summer.
Potter refused to take the England job.
The German’s incredible knockout football record would certainly be a good match for where England has struggled recently, but it would necessitate the FA breaking the mold and hiring a foreign manager.
Looking to the top English managers, on the other hand, appears to be pointless at the moment, given the positions they currently hold in club football.
This is probably why, according to the Telegraph, Potter would not consider taking the job right now.
Despite the fact that results haven’t always been in his favor, the hectic schedule leading up to Christmas didn’t help a new manager.
A number of first-team players have already stated that their excitement for the second half of the season stems from the manager, with it feeling like now is the time for the squad to kick on in the three competitions they are still in.
The Blues will begin their season at home against Bournemouth.