Current England boss names his successor.
England manager Roy Hodgson has boldly named Manchester United legend Gary Neville as a potential future manager of the national team, according to CaughtOffside.
The former right-back, now a popular pundit for Sky Sports and also part of Hodgson’s coaching staff, has admitted he could make the move into management in the future, and Hodgson thinks he could be a good choice for the Three Lions.
“If you’re asking me would I like to see Gary in management then yes I would,” said the former Liverpool boss.
“It’s up to the FA to decide what his value is. He is a very good coach now and will become an even better coach. And yes, he could be a future England manager.”