Johan Cruyff will be part of the team of Chivas de Guadalajara, according to Mexican media say Friday.
Jorge Vergara, owner of Chivas, confirmed the hiring of ex Barcelona player and coach was quoted in several Mexican sites.
The official did not specify what exactly play by the Dutch, but appreciated his alleged collaboration: "It is very complete, very extensive all that will happen to him," he said.
"We want to take a leap of quality, correct what we are doing wrong and affixing a stamp of total football that allows us to be a team like Barcelona, the best in the world," said Vergara.
Chivas, one of the most successful teams in Mexican football, take 13 consecutive games without defeat, and on Wednesday lost 3-0 to Vélez Sarsfield in the Copa Libertadores.
The incorporation and presentation of Cruyff as the media, would occur on Saturday, although negotiations have not yet been closed.
"It's a great opportunity for us to Mexico, is like having the Pope in the Catholic religion or learning of the Nobel Prize," the owner of Chivas.
"It was a challenge, because it was not easy to convince him, make him love the project because it had not accepted any deal like this," he said. "It was very complex hiring," he said. (via SPORT)