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Pep Guardiola's former assistant would return to the MLS, three teams are looking for a coach

By Hector Garcia

Pep Guardiola's former assistant would return to the MLS, three teams are looking for a coach

The Spanish coach would be in the sights of three MLS teams for the 2024 season.

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The MLS announced its calendar for the 2024 season, which will be inaugurated with the duel between Lionel Messi's Inter Miami against Real Salt Lake on February 21 at the DRV PNK stadium.

As the new MLS campaign begins, several teams are looking for coaches and the name of Doménec Torrent, who was Pep Guardiola's assistant at Barcelona, Bayern Munich and for a few months at Manchester City, sounds very strong to go to the MLS.

The 61-year-old Spanish coach already knows what it is to manage in the United States, after his time on the New York City FC bench between 2018 and 2019; With this experience he would be ready to return to the MLS.

According to journalists such as Jaime Ojeda, an MLS specialist, Doménec Torrent is in the sights of various MLS and Canadian clubs; while Juliano Lorenz insider from Athletico Paranaense reports an important offer in Brazil.

What clubs are looking for Doménec Torrent?

Jaime Ojeda highlighted that clubs like Montréal, Minnesota United and DC United are looking for a coach, although the latter has Bruce Arena in its sights. During his time at New York City FC he reached the semifinals in both of his seasons, in the first of which they were a victim of Tata Martino's Atlanta United, after finishing the regular phase in third place in the East. In his second season with the New Yorkers, he finished as the East leader with 64 points. When they seemed like a serious candidate to be champion, they were eliminated by Greg Vanney's Toronto FC at Yankee Stadium.
 


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