The tough defeat against Puebla left several uncertainties in Rayados de Monterrey. His coach Antonio Mohamed took responsibility for the defeat of his team and that is why it could have been his last game with the team. Faced with the possible departure of Mohamed, Rayados de Monterrey are already analyzing the possibility of hiring an elite coach.
Although it is too early to think about Mohamed's successor, from the Monterrey supporters media they affirm that the club is already thinking about Matias Almeyda or Ignacio Ambriz to be Mohamed's successor. Mohamed had a cycle of successes at the helm of Rayados but did not achieve his goal this season by being out of Liga MX.
The possibility that Matias Almeyda reaches Rayados is difficult but not impossible since the Argentine coach has just been eliminated from the MLS playoffs and could stop being the coach of the San Jose Earthquakes. Almeyda will listen to the offers from different teams and then decide if he leaves SJ Earthquakes or stays since he still has 2 years left on his contract.
On the other hand, Ambriz still continues with the dream of winning the Liga MX with Club Leon. If Club Leon is out of Liga MX in the next matches, you could hear what Rayados de Monterrey offers. Although it is difficult for these two coaches to reach Monterrey, nothing is impossible and from the club they trust that they can convince anyone.