Stoke manager target confirms he will stay at Espanyol

Stoke were keen to find a coach with Premier League experience after their dismissal of Mark Hughes, and were impressed with Sanchez Flores' performance during his one season with.

But in a press conference on Saturday, Flores confirmed that he would be remaining at La Liga side Espanyol for the foreseeable future.

"I belong to Espanyol, I have contract and am honest with the club".

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Stoke City have been dealt a blow in their search for a new manager after Quique Sanchez Flores chose to remain at Espanyol.

"We like the connection (with the club), how they treat us, I like that Espanyol are growing".

Sky Sports football expert Guilleme Balague says Quique Sanchez Flores has been given until Friday to make up his mind over becoming the new Stoke manager.

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"I live in a big city, in one of the best leagues, and I have reason to be happy and not to live anxious". "We feel happy. We are in a happy place and we don't want to break that up".

Stoke had hoped to appoint Flores this weekend after vice-chairman John Coates and chief executive Tony Scholes flew to Barcelona for initial talks on Wednesday.

Former Ireland manager Mick McCarthy is the favourite to take over as the next boss should O'Neill depart for Stoke. The Potters, who now sit 18th in the Premier League table, face Manchester United on Monday night.

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