Luis Figo says it would take an ‘indisputable offer’ for him to consider making the move into coaching.
The Portuguese’ playing career included spells at Barcelona, Real Madrid and Inter under some of the game’s most notable tacticians, but doesn’t want to follow in their footsteps.
“It is not my intention to coach, unless I receive an indisputable offer,” Figo, who has worked with Inter as a director and global ambassador since retiring, has told the Spanish version of GQ magazine this month.
“I am going to dedicate myself to my family, my daughters, I have already sacrificed enough.
“The best player at the moment? I think that Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi, Ibrahimovic and Iniesta are on the same level.
“The Ballon d’Or will be contended for by those four. In my day, there were more than 10 of us.”
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