According to the CM & newscast, the salary assigned to the Valle del Cauca coach in the combined ‘coffee’ would be between 3 and 3.5 million dollars, which would include bonuses and awards for results.
His salary base would be 2 million a year, practically the same as he received in Chile, where they paid him 2.2 million dollars.
This figure is similar to that of its predecessor, the Portuguese Carlos Queiroz, who earned 3.5 million dollars, about 12,141 million Colombian pesos at the current exchange rate.
This point, the economic one, would have been one of the most debated by the parties in the negotiation, since the journalist Javier Hernández Bonnet indicated at the time that the directors of the Colombian Federation they wanted to pay less to Reinaldo Rueda of what they consigned to Queiroz.
On the other hand, CM & reaffirmed the names that the new helmsman of the Colombia selection in his body of collaborators, in which Bernardo Redín and Alexis Mendoza would serve as his assistants.
In addition, it was said that Carlos Velasco and Gilberto Román would be in charge of the physical preparation of the squad.
Helmsman his separation from Chile would already be closed and its presentation would be a matter of days or hours.
His debut with the tricolor cast would take place at the end of March, on dates 5 and 6 of the South American qualifier, in which the ‘coffee’ cadre will have to receive Brazil and visit Paraguay, respectively.