The contract of Gareth Southgate, the England national football team’s manager, is set to end after the European Championships. Reports suggest that he had been waiting for a six-figure sum owed to him by Byrne for six months before they parted ways in early 2022.
Despite his contract ending after the European Championships, The Football Association hopes to persuade him to stay beyond December. When asked about his future plans, Southgate mentioned that his main focus is on delivering the best possible tournament in the summer and trying to win the tournament for England.
He expressed the view that decisions regarding his future would depend on how the summer goes, indicating that his only focus is on the upcoming tournament. Regarding a potential replacement for Southgate in the event that he leaves his England post after Euro 2024, Southgate emphasized the importance of prioritizing winning football matches before making any decisions.
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In summary, Southgate’s focus is on the upcoming tournament and delivering the best possible results for England, and the possibility of his continuation as the manager beyond December remains under discussion.