Cristiano Ronaldo is just the beginning. Saudi Arabia plans to offer an astronomical salary to recruit manager Jose Mourinho.
Saudi Arabia is revealing its ambitions to become a ‘soccer powerhouse’. It has already hosted cup competitions in Italy and Spain, and successfully hosted Spain’s ‘Supercopa de España’ in January this year. In October 2021, he became a major shareholder of Newcastle United and reached out to the Premier League, the most commercial league.
Among them, the symbolic one is Ronaldo’s transfer. Saudi Arabia’s Sports Minister,온라인카지노, Prince Abdul Aziz, said in an interview with the British ‘BBC’ in November last year, “The recruitment of Ronaldo will help Saudi Arabia’s sports ecosystem and will inspire young players preparing for the future.” I sent you love
Ronaldo answered the call. Ronaldo entered Saudi Al Nasr with a staggering annual salary of 200 million dollars (approximately 263.9 billion won). The Saudis wanted to attract attention to their league by signing a superstar.
The effect was clear. The match between PSG and Saudi All-Stars, which was played for the first time after the signing of Ronaldo, coincidentally became a ‘Meho War’ and drew attention from soccer fans around the world. In fact, stadium tickets were sold out as soon as reservations began, and VIP tickets were sold for 220,000 pounds (approximately 3.6 billion won) through auction.
Saudi Arabia is aiming for the next box office target. The link with Lionel Messi is also getting stronger. According to reporter Fabricio Romano, an expert on the European football transfer market, Al-Hilal offered Messi an annual salary of 400 million euros (approximately 575.9 billion won), which is difficult to estimate. In addition, the Saudis are keeping an eye on Luka Modric, Sergio Ramos, Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kante.
It is Tesse who will bring in the director. Germany’s ‘Bild’ quoted Italy’s ‘Corriere dello Sport’ on the 6th (Korean time) and said, “Saudi wants to sign a contract with Mourinho. won) will pour in.” In terms of annual salary, it is 60 million euros (approximately 86.3 billion won).
No specific club was specified. However, it is rumored that, like the recruitment of Ronaldo, Saudi Arabia itself is planning to enrich the league through world-class masters.
His chances of succeeding are not high. Coach Mourinho is currently leading AS Roma to 4th place in the league and dreaming of advancing to the UEFA Champions League (UCL). Last season, he won the UEFA Europa Conference League (UECL) and is deeply trusted by the Roma leadership and fans.