Paul Clement hints at Real Madrid exit

PSG coach Paul Clement leads a warm up prior to the Champions League match against Valencia on March 6, 2013
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Real Madrid assistant coach Paul Clement says that he is keen to try his hand at management.

Real Madrid assistant coach Paul Clement has revealed that he is keen to try his hand at management.

The 42-year-old has worked alongside Carlo Ancelotti at Chelsea, Paris-Saint Germain and Madrid, but he admits that he would find it hard to leave the current European Champions.

"I think the time for me to be a number one is soon," The Mirror quotes him as saying. "A few opportunities have come my way, but this is a difficult place to leave.

"It's a great club, a great city, a great tradition and it gives you the opportunity to win things.

"I'm not ruling anything out. It's more than likely it will be in England, but if a nice opportunity came up in another country I wouldn't rule it out."

Clement has helped Madrid to win the Champions League and the Copa del Rey in his first season at the club.

PSG coach Paul Clement leads a warm up prior to the Champions League match against Valencia on March 6, 2013
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