53-year-old Spanish manager Quique Sanchez Flores is one of the prime candidates to take over the Mexico National Team job and is set to meet with FMF president Yon de Luisa over the next few days to discuss the position, according a report released by ESPN Deportes on Monday night.
The report states Quique has been in contact with the Mexican Federation since the month of November and is very much of the liking of De Luis, with both parties set to meet later this week in London.
Though the report does mention that Quique is the Federation’s number one choice, it is widely assumed by many that Atlanta United manager Gerardo “Tata” remains the favorite for the job.
Quique previously coached Getafe, Valencia, Benfica, Atletico Madrid, Watford and most recently Espanyol. Thus-far, his greatest achievement as manager has been the 2010 Europa League title he won with Atletico Madrid.
What do you think? Is Quique somebody you would like to see with the Mexico National Team?