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Name Guillermo Barros Schelotto
Gender Male
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Job LA Galaxy Manager
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Club as Coach LA Galaxy [Head Coach]

2020 04 17 Retrieve

[Guillermo Barros Schelotto says Higuain a ‘dream’ for LA Galaxy boss, with Khedira & Matuidi also of interest to MLS side] It would be a dream, we are talking about one of the best centre-forwards in the world. But honestly, I find it difficult to bring him here immediately. I saw an interview with Gonzalo where he said he wanted to stay at Juventus and in Europe. Maybe it’s too early for Higuain, but never say never in football. I personally know the whole family, his father Jorge and brother Federico. We have already brought in Ibra’s replacement in Chicharito Hernandez and we are happy with him. In Higuain’s case, it would be a separate matter. It’s a dream for the future, but it won’t be easy

Top players like Khedira and Matuidi could be interesting for us, even if it’s impossible to make predictions. Given the health emergency we are experiencing, we can’t know what will happen in the summer and what kind of transfer market it will be

Apart from Higuain, who in my opinion remains very strong, the ideal partner for Cristiano Ronaldo would be Lautaro Martinez of Inter. [Paulo] Dybala is an extraordinary No10, with excellent technique

2019 04 20 Retrieve

[Guillermo Barros Schelotto tells he believes Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s level of play remains at the peak of world football] Sometimes in training he complains, he gets angry. But we know him. He’s very competitive, very demanding. I think he’s helping the players in training to grow and to be more competitive. I’m surprised the level he has. It’s wonderful. It’s the same level as Messi, Ronaldo. He’s 37, he’s older. But I think his level is very high

2020 06 02 Retrieve

[Guillermo Barros Schelotto says Gonzalo Higuain will be returning to his roots at River Plate and not linking up with MLS side the LA Galaxy if a move away from Juventus is to be made] Who wouldn’t want him? I would, but it’s difficult. He could still remain at Juventus, but if he leaves, I think he would choose with his heart. I think he will return to River Plate.

Bentancur does not break down and this is a very important gift. In the end, this was his destiny: to play in a great European team. When I said goodbye I told him, ‘This is your moment’. I see him as a right winger and not as a playmaker, he is different from [Miralem] Pjanic. He has to improve certain aspects and score more goals. But as far as the psychological aspect is concerned, those who grew up in the Bombonera do not feel pressure