Florentino Pérez spoke with journalist David Faitelson and confessed that the 'Golden Boy' was not considered for the job but explained what he needs to do.
During the presentation of the renovation for the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, the president of Real Madrid, Florentino Pérez had the time to talk about with some of the present personalities and journalists.
Mexican journalist, David Faitelson took advantage of this opportunity and sat down for a chat with Real Madrid's president about Hugo Sánchez.
Florentino Pérez ha comentado en la sobremesa que Hugo Sánchez no fue considerado para dirigir al Real Madrid porqué ==de acuerdo con ellos== no tendría la autoridad para manejar un vestidor tan complejo. “Necesita dirigir más y tener continuidad...”.— David Faitelson (@Faitelson_ESPN) 2 de abril de 2019
After the departure of Santiago Solari as the "whites" coach, the name of the "Golden Boy" took a particular importance, as he jumped for the chance to end up at the merengues bench, but he was not taken into account and Zinedine Zidane was named as coach.
Faitelson wrote on his twitter account the reason behind why Hugo Sánchez wasn't considered for the job as Real Madrid coach, " he was not considered because he won't have the authority to handle such a complex squad, he needs to direct more and have continuity..."
Hugo Sánchez coaching career
As a coach, he has managed four teams, Pumas (U.N.A.M.), Necaxa, the Mexican National Team and Almeria in Spain. He has been inactive since 2009, the Spanish team cut him at the end of the first part of LaLiga after losing 2-0 against Espanyol.