Laurent Blanc has refused to rule out a move to Inter after Euro 2012 – even if he insists he’s just focused on France for now.
The tactician has been mentioned as a possible target for the Nerazzurri should they opt to replace Andrea Stramaccioni at the end of the season.
The former Inter and Napoli player has also been paired with a possible switch to Chelsea following Andre Villas Boas’ dismissal earlier this year.
“It’s always satisfying to be appreciated by the big clubs,” the 46-year-old told Le Parisien. “But, for now, my objective is Euro 2012.
“I am totally absorbed by this competition. I don’t know what I will be doing next season.”
Blanc, formerly boss of Bordeaux, is only contracted with the French national side until the summer and talks regarding a renewal have yet to take place.
“I’m not the kind of guy who goes knocking on doors,” he continued.
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