WFS19: Karanka expands on reasons for quitting Forest job

24 September 2019

Karanka
Photo: Mark Bisson Former Middlesbrough and Forest-manager Aitor Karanka said he was in talks with clubs in England but also was not ruling out a job in Spain.

Former Nottingham Forest manager talks to offthepitch.com at World Football Summit in Madrid.

Aitor Karanka decided to "jump" to help club's push for promotion.

MADRID - Aitor Karanka says he is keen to find another job in English football and expands on why he quit his job as Nottingham Forest boss in January.

Speaking exclusively to offthepitch.com at the World Football Summit in Madrid, the 46-year-old said he was in talks with clubs in England but also was not ruling out a job in Spain. He has been linked to a possible coaching position with La Liga 2 team Almeria.

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