Thursday, October 17, 2019

Manchester United resigned to losing Queiroz

According to the Guardian, Manchester United were reluctantly discussing a compensation package for Carlos Queiroz last night.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s assistant confirmed that he wanted to leave the club to take over as Portugal’s national manager.

A dismayed Ferguson had not given up hope of persuading him to change his mind but there is now a general acceptance at Old Trafford that they are about to lose the services of a man Cristiano Ronaldo has described as being “like a father”.

Queiroz, who coached Portugal between 1991 and 1993, has provisionally agreed a £1.1 million deal, similar to his salary at Old Trafford, and has got his way after asking for a four-year contract, having initially been offered a package only until the World Cup in 2010.

[Source: The Guardian]

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