yOlin Lopetegui was sacked as coach of Sevilla last Wednesday after the defeat to Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League. since then, The future of the Spanish coach is linked to wolves from the Premier League. British group He was going to make an offer to the master and even the club president was going to travel To our country to try to convince him
however, According to the BBC, Lopetegui would have refused the offera. “The conversations were very friendly and Wolves were able to present the state of a team with a lot of potential and players who would immediately understand what Lopetegui can do with them. But She is not honest. The personal and professional moment did not coincide.”confirmed journalist Gillem Balago.
According to this information, it was not the sporting side that made Julen refuse the offer of Wolves, who was shocked by the fact that it was a project similar to the Porto project, in which the former national coach had already triumphed in his day. The main reason was related to his family “Life decides for you sometimes. His dad deserves his attention, 92 years old, and Lopetegui is very close to him. “It’s not a matter of fatigue as he regains his energy through work, and his team was ready to follow him wherever he went after the intense but very successful stage in Seville,” said Balajo.
His future in the premiership
Despite this refusal, this journalist assures the BBC that Julen Lopetegui’s next challenge will be in the English Championship: “Although on this occasion he said no and the wolves understood him, it is quite clear, When things get better at home, find a team in the Premier LeagueHis next destination and where he will surely find the best interested clubs.”
Lopetegui’s short-term future appears to be to be close to his family, or at least that’s what the coach said after his dismissal from Seville: “My only future plan now is to go see my father, who is 92 and I haven’t seen him in a long time.. My family also has a lot of advantages, they live with the intensity of our profession, we take our problems home … I owe them everything and I am very grateful. They give me the strength to continue being a football coach.”