Euro 2024: This is likely my last chance to win silverware as England boss – Southgate

England manager Gareth Southgate has opened up on his future with the Three Lions, amid links with a move to Manchester United this summer.

The former England international admitted that the forthcoming Euro 2024 could be his last chance with the national team.

Man United are in search of a new manager and have been linked with multiple names in the last couple of months, with Southgate appearing in the list.

The club seems not to be satisfied with Erik ten Hag’s work this season and is looking to move on from the Dutchman.

The UK Express recently reported that the club has already started talks with Southgate over a summer switch.

Southgate recently came out to deny those links, but the rumors continue to linger.

The Englishman is busy preparing the Three Lions for the European championship and has seized the opportunity to address his future amid Red Devils links.

“If we don’t win, I probably won’t be here anymore. Therefore, it might be the last chance,” he told German outlet Bild.

“I think around half the national coaches leave after a tournament – that’s the nature of international football.

“I’ve been here for almost eight years now and we’ve come close. You can’t constantly put yourself in front of the public and say, ‘A little more please’, because at some point people lose faith.

“If we want to be a great team and I want to be a top coach, you must deliver in big moments,” the Manchester United target added.

Gareth Southgate has been in charge of the England national team since taking over from Sam Allardyce in September 2016.

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