Southgate: If England don't win Euros, I could leave

Gareth Southgate has offered a glimpse into his future as England manager.

In an interview with German publication Bild, he said that if the Three Lions aren't successful at Euro 2024, he will likely leave the role.

Southgate explained: "If we don’t win, I probably won’t be here anymore. It might be the last chance.

"I think about half of 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 so I know that you can’t keep standing in front of the public and saying ‘please do a little more’, because at some point, people will lose faith in your message.

"If we want to be a big team and I want to be a top coach, then you have to deliver in the big moments."

Sky Sports News' chief reporter Kaveh Solhekol added: “His England contract runs out at the end of the year. We know that he feels he’s got unfinished business at club level. We also know he would like to manage abroad one day.

“So whatever happens to England, I think Gareth Southgate’s future is going to be a focus of debate.

“But for the time being, he said he is focusing 100 per cent on England, I’m not thinking about or talking to anyone else.

“And anyone who has approached him or his representatives have been told ‘Gareth is unwilling to engage at the moment, his mind is fully set on