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Al-Nasr Set to Sign Coach After Mourinho Declines 100 Million Euro Offer.

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Saudi club Al-Nasr are reportedly seeking to secure a contract with Spanish coach Luis Enrique to take on the task of leading the Al-Alama team in the next phase following the sacking of France’s Rudy Garcia.

Al Nasr’s administration decided to fire Garcia from his position after a league draw with Al Faihaa and put Croatian youth team coach Denko Ilicic in charge of the first team temporarily until a new technical director can be hired.

Spanish newspaper Marca reported that Luis Enrique has become Al-Nasr’s new target after failing to sign Roma’s Portuguese manager José Mourinho.

And a Spanish newspaper said José Mourinho had turned down an interesting offer from Al-Nasr worth 100 million euros for two seasons, while a similar offer would be made to Luis Enrique to persuade him to accept the task of training the Nasravi battalion. , which features Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo.

Marka indicated that Enrique and Ronaldo could meet at the same club after they were rivals in the Spanish League, where the former took over Barcelona’s training between the years (2014-2017) and in those three seasons with Blue -pomegranate” he collided with “Bars”. Madeira Rocket” who was a Real Madrid player.

She added that the English Premier League was also a potential destination for the former Spain manager, especially after his relative distance from Atlético Madrid management, to take over from Diego Simeone, an Argentine manager due to the latter’s desire to end his contract with the Madrid club. club.

Luis Enrique’s name appears on the list of Chelsea’s nominees, in addition to other names such as Germany’s Julian Nagelsmann, former Bayern Munich manager, and Argentine Mauricio Pochettino, former Paris Saint-Germain manager.

Source: media

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