Portuguese Star Cristiano Ronaldo Nearing Technical Leadership Role at Al-Nasr
Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo is close to taking over the technical leadership of the Saudi side Al-Nasr to succeed his Croatian counterpart Dinko Ilicic.
Al-Alami is looking for a new manager to get back on the podium and fight for the championship, especially after the fluctuations in the team’s level last season.
Citizen Cristiano Ronaldo approaches Saudi Al-Nasr training… one step left
Al-Nasr wants to include an outstanding and experienced manager, especially after Al-Alami managed to secure a contract with the Portuguese Don, a former Manchester United and Real Madrid player, as the presence of Chris is considered a strong supporter of important deals.
On the sidelines of this, Al-Nasr officials, led by Mesli Al-Muammar, made a huge offer to Portuguese coach Luis Castro, coach of the Brazilian team Botafogo, to get his services.
And according to what the Brazilian newspaper Sports Central revealed, Botafogo’s official website thanked the team’s technical team for the new experience of working in another country.
Along with Castro, assistants Vitor Severino and Joao Brandao, physical education coach Roberto Oliver and goalkeeping coach Daniel Correa, as well as analyst Nuno Baptista, left.
The coach is expected to come to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the official signing of contracts, and Don previously contacted Louie to talk him into a deal with Al Alami.