Spain manager Luis Enrique says he will always be grateful to the former Barcelona club and did not rule out the return of the La Liga giants in the future.
Luis Enriques says he’s open for offers
Spain manager Luis Enrique says he will always be grateful to the former Barcelona club and did not rule out the return of the La Liga giants in the future. The 49-year-old striker followed spells at AS Roma and Celta Vigo with a successful stay at Camp Nou, where he won nine titles in three seasons. Luis Enrique resigned in 2017 and now stands for the Spanish national side, but he is open to the idea of coaching the Cules, for the second time. When asked about which of his former teams he would like to return to, he replied: “I think I can train anywhere I used to be.” I left the doors open at all of them. My time in Barcelona was beautiful, and I will always be grateful.
Spanish team need to prepare for the Euro
“I was fortunate to have been in the club for so many years that it gave me everything.” Luis Enrique returned to the role of head coach of Spain on November 19, five months after resigning for personal reasons. His direct emphasis is on La Roja’s leadership towards the success of the European Championship, and this year’s tournament repelled for 12 months due to the coronavirus pandemic. “We should try to prepare for the Euro in the best way and restore a right course of action, while on the hunt, win trophies, “I see a team that can win – in fact, this is one of the challenges that I think of as the head coach of Spain.
Luis Enrique is aimed at Inaki Williams
“I never hid this, but it’s obvious that we are within the framework of the process. And there is a group of other teams with great potential.” We enter this group of six to seven teams that can access goals – our performance will say, we can will we get there or not.” Luis Enrique continues to form his squad before the postponed finals of next year, among those who insist on the possibility is Athletic club forward Inaki Williams.”For a player to receive a call to the national team, they must meet a series of conditions,” he said. “First, about and should play in his side, perform well, compare your level with other players, and then fit in with what we want.
“Williams is a great forward and can get a call. We call the players who can contribute, and I’m glad that new players are coming in for calls.”