The former Peru national team coach gave details of the advanced talks he has had with the ‘Tri’ and revealed that he has also spoken to Gustavo Alfaro.
Ricardo Gareca He is about to reroute a team in view of the next qualifying process for the 2026 World Cup. After passing through Peru, the “Tigre” has been associated with various clubs and national teams, but so far it has not been officially announced anywhere. After several rumors about his future, Gareca gave an interview and confirmed it Ecuador It’s close to being your next destination. The Argentina coach revealed that some details have yet to be finalized but he is one step away from an agreement with the northern side.
“I am in talks with Ecuador. It is not finalized or finalized, they are just one step away from an agreement. I spoke to the President, I also spoke to Gustavo Alfaro and we are in talks. You have other alternatives but I can’t tell you what’s going to happen, I see it progressing,” the ‘Tiger’ said in an interview for ESPN’s Team F programme.
Gareca pointed out that the proposal to manage the tricolor is the only offer he has so far, but he clarified that he has no problem with managing a club or a national team and that the opportunity is open to everyone of these two options is open.
“I’m full of energy in every way, it doesn’t change anything for me to manage a club or a national team. I spoke to Pékerman and asked him why he spent two and a half years without directing, he included me in his.” home, a phenomenon. I want it because I like the work of the national team, I’m not there for everyday life, he told me. I am if a club called me from Argentina I would lead,” he said.
With Gareca’s public announcement of a possible arrival in the north, the “Tiger” could face the Reds and Whites in the next qualifying process for the 2026 World Cup.
Gareca’s achievements with the Blanquirroja
Qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia after the intercontinental playoffs. A final in the Copa America, in addition to third and fourth places in this continental competition.