Laudrup coy on Madrid talk
Michael Laudrup has moved to play down speculation that he could take over as Real Madrid coach in the summer.
The Dane has impressed since joining Swansea at the start of this year and is linked with taking over from Jose Mourinho.
"I have a contract for two years", he told Cadena Cope.
"I donít think about the future, I didnít as a player and I donít as a coach. I am happy with what my players are doing, but I live in the present."
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