The coach of the El Salvador national team is one of the candidates running in the MLS next season, according to the official website of the American League.
Salvador’s coach Hugo Perez, the current coach of Selecta Cuscatleca, will be one of the candidates for next season’s chairman of the Professional Soccer League (MLS) team in the United States, according to the U.S. League’s official website. .
The 58-year-old Perez, who played as an international player with the United States national team, will be on the list of potential candidates to fill one of the seven vacant coaching positions between league teams, according to information provided by MLS.
Although he has not yet defined a club to manage, sources suggest he may be one of those who will not coach at the end of the season: the Chicago Fire, Cincinnati, Dallas, Houston Dynamo, Real Salt Lake, Toronto and Vancouver white caps.
After the defeat against Panama and the tense panorama that Selektha holds in the corner, Hugo Perez is reportedly planning to lead a club for the first time and focus his attention on the American League. March, when the match for the World Cup qualifiers ends.
Prior to leading the Salvador senior team, Perez coached only the youth teams in the United States and El Salvador at the national team level. Although the blue and white front view is complicated for him, he seeks to close the tie with a good picture.
When Hugo Perez arrived in Panama, he left out a few words about Salvador continuing as captain of the national team, which created rumors, especially confirming that he had a contract until 2022, but in football “everything can change from one moment to another.”