Argentine technical director Matías Almeyda will leave MLS and become the new Monterrey coach, according to John Sutcliffe.
The ESPN journalist explained that the Regiomontan cadre is willing to pay the clause that Almeyda has with San Jose Eartquakes, so his return to Mexico could take shape in the next few hours.
Almeyda is an old acquaintance after directing Chivas in the MX League and under his command the Tapatio team achieved its last league title, but since then they have been in a tailspin and are currently marching in the last places of the percentage table.RELATED
Matías has become the desire of several Aztec cadres, but the gang is willing to disburse the three million dollars that the US team is asking to end the contract.
In Mexico, the South American strategist won an MX Cup, a SuperCopa MX, Liga MX and Concacaf Champions League.
However, people close to the environment of San José Earthquakes indicated that there is no clause in the contract of Matías Almeyda and that so far there are no approaches between both teams to negotiate the departure of the Argentine coach.