The former Watford manager is set to get a contract covering five seasons, according to these latest Spanish claims. I have a contract and I'm honest with this club.
"We like the connection (with the club), how they treat us, I like that Espanyol are growing".
During his press conference on Saturday, he said: "I am and I will be the coach of Espanyol".
Flores was successful in the Premier League with Watford in 2016 and he managed to secure a mid-table position for the newly promoted club.
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Sanchez Flores is expected to fly to England this weekend and complete the formalities that will see his salary vastly increase even before performance-related bonuses, while Stoke have had a delegation in Barcelona for the last few days in order to convince him to take the post. We feel good and it is very hard for someone to leave.
Martin O'Neill is the other name in the frame but, contrary to previous plans, he attended the Soccer Writers' Association of Ireland annual awards banquet in Dublin on Friday night, suggesting he expects to remain as Republic of Ireland manager.
Stoke sacked Hughes last Saturday after a 2-1 FA Cup defeat at League Two Coventry and a run of seven losses in 10 Premier League games.
"I live in a big city, in one of the best leagues, and I have reason to be happy and not to live anxious".
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