A Real Madrid manager has admitted he is “not interested” in taking over at Real Madrid.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Jese Mancini, who has led the club to three successive La Liga titles and Champions League, admitted he would like to keep his job as a player.
“I want to stay as a coach,” he said.
“I don’t want to go anywhere else.”
Jese Mecionini (right) has been the head coach at Real from the beginning of the 2017-18 season.
Jese says he will stay with Real Madrid as a Real Madrid assistant coach.
Source: Sky Sports NewsNow, there is a lot of speculation in the transfer market as to whether Real Madrid will sell their star player Cristiano Ronaldo this summer.
Ronaldo, who is currently in Spain for the Copa America Centenario, has been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu to a bigger club.
Mancini has previously stated that Ronaldo would not be sold this summer, and will be a Madrid assistant in 2019.
However, Mancina has indicated he does not believe the former Ronaldo would be a replacement for him, adding that it was not a priority for him.
“Cristiano is not going to be sold,” Mancinian said.
“We are looking at the right time.
There is a great opportunity here for me.
If I’m offered to come back to Madrid, I will take it.
There are a lot who want to take me back.”
He’s not going away, he’s just not going anywhere.
“Mancina’s decision to stay at Real, who finished fourth in La Liga last season, has attracted criticism from some Madrid fans.
Ahead of his team’s Copa América opener against Benfica on Wednesday, they took the unusual step of holding a mock signing of Ronaldo, featuring a photograph of the Portugal international with the words “Mancino, Jovetic, Kaka”.
A number of fans have criticised the move, with the tweet following: “I am a Manchester United fan, but this is ridiculous.”
Mocca added: “Ronaldo is our player and it’s his decision.
We have a good relationship.
We are not selling him for a million euros.
“Matic, who scored a stunning hat-trick in the 1-0 victory over the Blues in the Champions League on Tuesday, said after the match that he had “no interest” in joining a rival club.”
If I want to come, I can come.”