Bielsa, also mentioned as Bento’s successor, goes to Uruguay, ‘bad relationship with Korea for several months’
Marcelo Bielsa’s appointment to Uruguay’s national team is imminent.
Reporter Fabrizio Romano, who is well versed in the European football transfer market, tweeted on the 7th (Korean time), “Uruguay is finally close to appointing Bielsa as coach. After two weeks of negotiations, we have reached the final stage. We first signed an oral agreement and then signed it. It is expected to do,” he said.온라인카지노
Coach Bielsa was unemployed after stepping down from the Leeds United headquarters in February last year. He has also been mentioned as a successor to manager Paulo Bento. Korea was looking for a foreign coach to succeed the Bento division, which left after reaching the round of 16 at the Qatar World Cup. Coach Bielsa has experience leading Argentine and Mexican club teams, as well as Espanyol, Athletic Bilbao (above Spain), Olympique Marseille, Lille (above France) and Lazio (Italy).
He also managed the Argentina national team from 1998 to 2005 and the Chilean national team from 2007 to 2010. He served as the coach of the national team and succeeded in qualifying for the World Cup finals.
In addition to Korea, Bielsa’s destination, which had connections with Mexico, was eventually narrowed down to Uruguay. Uruguay’s manager’s post was vacant for about four months after the last World Cup in Qatar. In recent months, bad relations with Korea have also accumulated. We met in a group during the last World Cup, and after Federico Valverde knocked Lee Kang-in down with a tackle, the uppercut ceremony unfolded and the image deteriorated. Before the match against Uruguay in March, Kim Min-jae promised that “the best revenge is victory”, but was defeated 1-2.