A top Brazilian mentor has been linked with a move to the PSL in the few upcoming months.
The 42-year-old has been in the coaching business for the past 6 years and during that time he has managed to win 7 prestigious titles including league titles, meaning this manager is no stranger to winning big.
The PSL is known for liking to hire European mentors and most of them being of old age but Fernando Marchiori Lavagnoli, is looking to come in the PSL and change that while he aims to be one of the most successful.
Lavagnoli is not looking to come alone but with his entire technical team which includes former Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs forward Pio Noguiera, to form his coaching staff.
The two top flights clubs that are reportedly linked with the Brazilian international is Moroka Swallows and Martizburg United.
However, there hasn’t been any official deal tabled and we still await to see any new developments surrounding the deal.
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