Bundesliga: Leverkusen-Clubchef Carro strebt für 2023 Transfererträge an
Club boss Fernando Carro is going into the new year with ambitious goals despite the false start of the season by Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen.
“We want to remain in the top four in the Bundesliga. That’s our goal. And that hasn’t changed. It won’t change if we miss our goals this season. That means we have a big task in 2023 ahead of us,” said the CEO of the “Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger”. You will fight to qualify for the European Cup.
Despite the currently meager twelfth place in the table, Carro excludes large investments with a negative transfer balance in the next change periods: “In 2023 we have to achieve transfer income again. Especially depending on whether we play internationally or not.”
Carro praises coach Alonso
According to the 58-year-old, Florian Wirtz and Patrik Schick play a central role in personnel planning. Both with midfielder Wirtz, who is due to make his Bundesliga comeback in January after recovering from a cruciate ligament rupture, and with the recently hapless striker Schick, the contracts were extended in 2022 until 2027.
Carro puts a lot of hope in the work of coach Xabi Alonso. At the beginning of October, the Spaniard succeeded Gerardo Seoane, who was released after just one win in eight league games, and led the team to three wins in a row before the winter break.
“Xabi Alonso has a very clear idea of what he expects from his players: a lot of professionalism, respect and discipline. He is a role model but still approachable, he knows how team building works and how to relate to the players.” , Carro praised.
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