Blues boss also eyes Madrid post.
Chelsea interim boss Rafael Benitez says that he would like to manage his national team Spain one day, reports the Daily Mirror.
The Spaniard has a contract with the West Londoners that lasts until the end of the season, and it looks increasingly likely that he will not be offered an extension on that deal.
And, in an interview with Spanish radio station Radio Nacional de Espana, Benitez said: “I have a good relationship with Vicente. But I can’t rule out one day becoming national coach when Vicente leaves.
“It’s something I will look at in the future, although for this I have to continue in elite football and keep doing things well.”
The former Liverpool manager also hinted that he would like to replace Jose Mourinho as the next Real Madrid coach.
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