Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville expressed his interest in a coaching job in Indonesia during his trip to the Southeast Asian country.
In Indonesia, Neville attended a local Liga 1 league match involving PSI TNI and Semen Padang at Pakansari Stadium on Saturday. He was seen with Singaporean businessman, Peter Lim, in the VIP seat.
A few days ago, the former Valencia coach also observed the clash between host Bali United against PSM Makassar at the Captain I Wayan Dipta Stadium on 23 July.
The presence of the Neville seemed to indicate that he was paying attention to the development of Indonesian football.
After the game between Bali United and PSM Makassar, Neville posted clips about the match atmosphere on his official Instagram account, before spending time with Bali United’s official TV station, alongside Indonesian football star Irfan Bachdim.
“Coaching Bali United sounds interesting,” he told Bali United TV while laughing, as quoted by Stadium MY.
However, the 42-year-old also went on to say that he isn’t too keen on returning to management anytime soon, claiming that he is enjoying the other facets of life at the moment, including hotel business and football commentator.