Cristiano Ronaldo’s team, Al Nasr, has parted ways with coach Rudi Garcia.
On the 13th (Korean time), Al Nasr said through his official account, “Director Rudi Garcia has left the team by mutual agreement.” .
Coach Rudy Garcia, who led AS Roma and Lille, took over as manager of Al Nasr on June 29 last year. However, he was forced to leave the team after not completing a full year. That is, in fact, rigid.
In response, the British media Mirror reported on the 11th that “Ronaldo was dissatisfied with Garcia’s coaching method and informed the club.”
Cristiano Ronaldo, a world-renowned soccer player but also famous as a ‘trouble maker’, joined Al Nasr in December of last year under the unconventional condition of an annual salary of about 270 billion won. After his joining, the team took the lead and gathered attention, but the flow was not so good after that. In recent results, Al Ittihad (accumulated 56 points) is in second place with a three-point gap.
García’s resignation is more fueled by rumors of conflict with Ronaldo than by grades. The Mirror added: “Ronaldo fired Garcia after having secret talks with the team manager.”
This is not the first time that Ronaldo has been rumored to have a conflict with the coach. Even at his former team, Manchester United, he also showed a conflict with the head coach Eric Ten Haag. At the time, Ronaldo was criticized for his sudden behavior, such as leaving the team at will during practice matches. 스포츠토토
He also made rather strong remarks in an interview, such as “I don’t respect coach Ten Hag because he doesn’t respect me.” In response, coach Ten Hag put a strong pressure to terminate the contract with Ronaldo.
Afterwards, Ronaldo transferred to Al Nasr and started playing for a huge salary. However, rumors of discord with the leader were once again raised in the relocated team.
As a result, it is known that al-Nasr is looking for a new leader. Currently, the leading candidate in the water is Mourinho, who leads AS Roma. According to the Spanish media, Ars, Al Nasr is reported to have offered Mourinho an annual salary of 50 million euros (approximately 72.8 billion won).
Now that coach Garcia has left, football fans are focusing on which new manager will lead Ronaldo.