Chris Coleman signs new 2 year deal with Wales

Chris Coleman, the Wales manager, has stated that the opportunity to work with top stars like Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale was the important factor that led him to decide to join Wales in 2016 Euro Cup.

Chris Coleman’s deal was about to expire following friendly against Finland in Cardiff today. But now it is confirmed that he has signed a new 2 year deal with Wales. In the last few weeks, there was some speculation that the forty three year old might join Crystal Palace club.

But he stated that the tempt of working with the Real Madrid star Bale, who is also world's most expensive player, together with Arsenal player Ramsey, was too great to reject as he wishes to guide Wales to the Euro finals in France.

According to reports, the Wales manager told that they need Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale at their best for the majority of the matches if they were going to pose a challenge. Their footballers were not daft and they know how good these players are.

He added that when he played, they had stand-out footballers such as Neville Southall, Ryan Giggs, Dean Saunders, Mark Hughes and Ian Rush, and they knew we had an opportunity. It is the same now. They have 2 world class footballers in the team and he would like to work with that. On the other hand, it is equally the responsibility of Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale to ensure that they are with the team as well.