Quique Sanchez Flores staying at Espanyol

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The former Watford manager is set to get a contract covering five seasons, according to these latest Spanish claims.

Espanyol held a press conference on Saturday afternoon that supporters though would spell the end of Sanchez Flores' time at the club, but it's quite the opposite.

The 52-year-old told reporters: "Here I have all I need".

Espanyol are said to be well aware of the situation and rather than panicking the club are assuring the Spanish media they're calm over the situation, feeling their structure won't be hit so much by the head coach leaving.

Quique Sanchez Flores has confirmed that he will remain as the manager of Espanyol and won't become the new manager of Premier League side Stoke City.

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"My instinct is that the proposal is so interesting plus the fact that Espanyol have not kept their promise from when Quique first arrived suggests to me that will announce his depature from Espanyol". We are happy, we have many things that make us feel like that.

Stoke sacked Hughes last Saturday after a 2-1 FA Cup defeat at League Two Coventry and a run of seven losses in 10 Premier League games.

"We like how they treat us, what we generate in the stadium and that Espanyol will grow".

Former Ireland manager Mick McCarthy is the favourite to take over as the next boss should O'Neill depart for Stoke.

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