Special One’ coach Jose Mourinho (카지노사이트60, Portugal) received a whopping 120 million euros (approximately 172.5 billion won) from the Saudi Arabian Football Association (SAFF) for two years with powerful ‘oil money’ It is reported that it has received offers of up to

Italian media ‘Corriere dello Sport’ said on the 7th (Korean time), “Coach Mourinho has received an offer from SAFF to coach the Saudi Arabia national football team.” “The terms of the contract are 120 million euros over two years. This is the highest amount ever paid by a director.”

Coach Mourinho is one of the world’s greatest generals, who has been called the ‘championship contract’ as he leads each team to victory. While leading Real Madrid (Portugal), Chelsea (England), Inter Milan (Italy), Real Madrid (Spain) and Manchester United (England), he lifted trophies without missing a beat. He was the only one who was unrelated to Tottenham Hotspur (England).

Coach Mourinho, who took the helm of AS Roma (Italy) from August 2021, led the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa Conference League (UECL) championship in the 2021-2022 season. Along with this, he was also recorded as the first coach to win all three European competitions (Champions League, Europa League, Europa Conference League).

Mourinho’s contract with AS Roma expires in June 2024. This has recently received a lot of attention. In fact, there are rumors of a return to Real Madrid, and national soccer teams are sending ‘love calls’.

The Saudi Arabia national football team produced a surprise defeat of the Argentine national football team at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, but failed to advance to the round of 16. Recently, the head coach position is vacant as coach Herve Renard (54, France) resigned.

If coach Mourinho breaks expectations and takes the helm of the Saudi Arabia national soccer team, there is a possibility of facing the Korean national soccer team belonging to the same Asian Football Confederation (AFC). In particular, he will face off against Son Heung-min (30), who had a “priest’s kite” in Tottenham in the past.

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