Guus Hiddink would be interested in managing the Russia national team for a second spell ahead of the 2018 World Cup should the post become available.
Hiddink, 69, spent the second half of last season as manager of Chelsea following Jose Mourinho's departure and was reported to be continuing at Stamford Bridge in a consultancy role.
But the opportunity to return to full-time management with Russia, whom he coached from 2006 to 2010 and guided to the semifinals of Euro 2008, would be tempting for...
The Euro 2016 group stage is complete and the bracket is set to start the knockout rounds. Who are the favourites to win it all at the Stade de France on July 10? We asked Miguel Delaney to rank the 24-team field.
1. SPAIN: The team that produced the best performance of the tournament so far also showed the worst complacency in losing to Croatia. The defeat has given them an arduous path to the final, and will force them to show champions' quality. Regardless, they are probably still the...
Russia's sports minister Vitaly Mutko says he would prefer one of his compatriots to become coach of the national team should Leonid Slutsky choose to resign, but did not rule out a foreigner taking the post.
The Russia manager has yet to officially leave his post following the team's European Championship exit, but minister Mutko has said that women and foreign coaches will be considered in the search for a replacement if Slutsky does depart.
"Even a woman can become coach," Mutko told the...
The group stages of Euro 2016 are complete and for eight teams, the dream is over. Ukraine were the first to go while Republic of Ireland's dramatic winner against Italy meant heartbreak for Turkey.
Elsewhere, the curtain came down on Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Sweden career with a disappointing exit, while Russia endured a nightmare tournament.
Our ESPN FC bloggers give their quick take on how they fared and if you click on each country, you'll get an in-depth look back at their exploits in France.