Frenchman Hervé Renard has reportedly gotten the coaching job of the Falcons of Saudi Arabia after quitting his role with the Morocco team.
Renard took Morocco to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) where they lost to Benin Republic in the round of 16.
According to reports in France, the 50 year-old agreed to become coach of the Green Falcons.
“Just days after leaving his post as the head of the Moroccan national team following a disappointing early knockout round AFCON exit, the individual in question is understood to have yesterday signed a deal to become the new manager of the Saudi Arabian national team,” French reporter Mohamed Toubache-ter said.
However, the Saudi FF have not confirmed Renard’s appointment.
He has worked with 6 different teams including the Zambia and Ivory Coast national teams with whom he won AFCON titles in the last eight years.