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Published: 16:04 | 6/5/16

Koeman to discuss his future

Ronald Koeman will meet with Southampton officials at the end of the season to discuss his future at St Mary's.

Koeman is two years into the three-year contract he signed when he took over from Mauricio Pochettino in the summer of 2014.

The Dutchman guided the Saints to their highest ever-finish of seventh in the Premier League during his first season at the helm and the club are currently on course for a second successive top-seven finish.

With his name being linked to a number of positions in the Premier League, Koeman is ready to speak with director of football Les Reed about his future at Southampton.

"I had a short talk yesterday afternoon with Les Reed about the future and I said 'let's have a coffee and a talk after the Crystal Palace game'," Koeman explained.

"After the season it is normal that you talk about this season and or course everybody knows I have one year left on my contract. If the club wants to have a talk about that, I will listen. That is what I like to do."

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