After his resignation from Olympique de Marseille last month, Nasser Larguet is not lacking in solicitations. The man who has been running the Olympian training center since 2019 is particularly in demand in Ligue 1 and in Saudi Arabia, a destination that does not leave him indifferent.
Three years after taking office, Nasser Larguet has decided to leave Olympique de Marseille. The Marseille club revealed its resignation last month via a press release published on its official website. ” The director of the training center, Nasser Larguet, announced to his teams this morning that he was resigning from his functions and would leave the club next week for “personal reasons”. “wrote the resident of the Vélodrome, wishing him” the best for his next professional projects “. Precisely, the Moroccan should not be long in rebounding.
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Asked by journalist Farid Rouas, the former manager of Stade Malherbe Caen mentioned the tracks available to him, with a small preference for an adventure in a Gulf country. ” When the club communicated on my departure, there were three or four French clubs which called me, and also three federationsrevealed Nasser Larguet. Saudi Arabia is one of them and there are ongoing discussions. A second experience of DTN (after Morocco, editor’s note), it does not displease me. Go on a project with a position as national technical director, why not? »
Larguet’s successor already found?
Meanwhile, Olympique de Marseille is actively looking for his successor. President Pablo Longoria would study several profiles, including that of the director of the training center of a historic club in La Liga, described the newspaper L’Equipe. Then the Spanish media Esport Base revealed the name of Marco Otero, currently working at FC Valence, and who had himself recruited Pablo Longoria to the La Liga club.