Michael Laudrup says he is not interested in managing Leeds United
Leeds United are seeking a new boss following Garry Monk's departure last week.
The Elland Road club, now owned by Italian businessman Andrea Radrizzani, have been linked with a number of candidates.
One of which is Laudrup, who is current in charge of Qatari side Al-Rayyan SC.
The former Swansea boss has not managed in Britain since being axed in 2014.
And he told Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet he is not seeking a move to West Yorkshre.
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I have another year’s contract in Al Rayyan
"The season has ended in various leagues, so there are now plenty of (loose) rumours for both players and coaches," Laudrup told the newspaper.
"I have another year’s contract in Al Rayyan, and as I continue to thrive, I will complete it.”
Laudrup is not the only manager linked with Leeds.
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Michael Laudrup is currently in charge of Qatari side Al Rayyan
Michael Laudrup (left) managed Swansea for three years
Radrizzani is said to have contacted Claudio Ranieri over a deal for the former Leicester manager.
Aitor Karanka has also been mooted as keen on the job, as has Nigel Pearson.
Karanka was sacked by Middlesbrough midway through their Premier League campaign and will not be keeping on Steve Agnew as coach.
Monk is one of the favourites to take over at the Riverside and is set to have an interview.