Will Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo meet again in the Middle East?
Reports have emerged that Ronaldo’s team, Saudi Arabia’s Al Nasr, has sacked head coach Rudi Garcia and appointed Mourinho as his successor.
On the 12th, Britain’s ‘The Sun’ said, “Director Mourinho has received a ‘mega offer’ from Al Nasr.
Following the signing of Ronaldo, it is another love call for the star of Saudi Arabia’s ‘Oil Money’. Earlier this year, Al-Nasr drew attention by signing a two-and-a-half-year contract with Ronaldo for 200 million euros (about 280 billion won) a year. Soccer fans around the world were in a heated debate over the transfer of a world-class striker to a club in the Middle East.토토사이트
Then, this time, he is reaching out to coach Mourinho, who can be said to be the world’s best manager.
The possibility of Mourinho, who is currently in charge of AS Roma in Italy, going to Saudi Arabia has been raised once.
On the 7th, the influential Italian newspaper ‘Corriere dello Sport’ reported that coach Mourinho received a ‘mega offer’ from Saudi Arabia worth 120 million euros for two years, or about 170 billion won in Korean currency.
The condition is to lead the Saudi Arabian national team and concurrently serve at one of the top clubs in Saudi Arabia, such as Al-Nasr and Al-Hilal, during the same period.
In addition, Saudi Arabia is said to have attached a condition that coach Mourinho can leave freely if he wishes after a year.
It was not realistic at the time, but as both the Saudi Arabian national team and coach Al Nassar became vacant, Mourinho’s choice drew attention.
The Sun explains that Mourinho has a complicated relationship with Ronaldo. Mourinho used Ronaldo when he led Real Madrid for three years from the summer of 2010 to the summer of 2013. Overall, the relationship is not bad, but the newspaper claims that the two got into a fight after pointing out Ronaldo’s laziness.