Former Leeds coach Benito Carbone has insisted he wants to return to work, but not in England.
Former Leeds United coach Benito Carbone has made a u-turn on his Leeds exit, and says he has no intention to return to the club.
Carbone was working under Neil Redfearn with the under-21 set up, before departing in July to return to Italy due to a family illness.
There was a little confusion initially over his exit as he had failed to notify owner Massimo Cellino, only clearing it with Redfearn instead.
In early August, Carbone told the BBC he wanted to return to the club, stating: "I'd love to come back to Leeds. My dream is to be coach of the Under-21s again, because I feel those players are my team. But it's not my decision."
Now the former Bradford City and Sheffield Wednesday footballer says he does not intend to return to England, due to his family situation.
He told Tuttomercatoweb: "Unfortunately for family problems are due back in Italy and I can not wait to get back in the game.
"During these five months I have learned things that I thought I could do, and now I'm a coach and manager, I've seen that in this period, a grace and to Cellino I thank him publicly. I had the opportunity to do both and also make contracts.
"The desire to begin again is great, in Italy to stay close to my family."