Prandelli ‘could’ve been clever’

Former Valencia boss Cesare Prandelli claims “I could’ve been clever and waited for them to sack me”, but “I became disenfranchised”.

Prandelli reviewed his departure from Valencia a second time to Gazzetta dello Sport, in which he reiterated broken promises on the club’s part and also revealed the presence of a salary cap.

“I had a great two-year contract, I could’ve been clever and waited for them to sack me, but I’m not like that,” the Coach told the newspaper.

“I couldn’t stay at Valencia. I became disenfranchised towards the team and fans.

“I was promised an investment of €30m, which was reduced significantly. There were problems, we needed at least one striker, two midfielders and a winger.

“They have the problem of a salary cap. They wanted to lower it, but I reminded them that their contracts were signed by them

“I didn’t leave Valencia to go to another team, I’m still motivated. I have to recover my ideas but I don’t have retiring in mind.”

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