Dane says he is happy with life in south Wales.
Swansea City head coach Michael Laudrup has denied reports in the media suggesting that he will be the new coach of either Chelsea or Real Madrid next season.
The Dane was speaking ahead of his side’s Capital One Cup final with Bradford City at Wembley stadium on Sunday afternoon.
“I don’t know, but yes because the people in Spain always follow what I’m doing because of my past there as a player for the two big clubs, and afterwards as a coach at Getafe and Mallorca,” said Laudrup in his pre-match press conference.
“It’s always understood that as a coach my teams will play in a certain way, faithful to my philosophy, and the same could be said at Swansea here, following the same path because they play in a style that was made and prepared before, first by Roberto Martinez, then with Paolo Sousa and with Brendan Rodgers, who have created this style.
“One day, yes definitely I would like to return to Spain. I don’t know when, but one day for sure. I don’t know whether it will be to work as a coach but to live, certainly, because a part of my life is there and always will be.
“I don’t want to go into the future. As I answered before, I think that three days before the possibility of the biggest triumph in the history of this club, to talk about this would show a lack of respect.”