At 30 and even with a few good years of football ahead of him, Antoine Griezmann is starting to prepare for his post-career as a professional player.
In an interview with
, the striker of the Blues confided his desire to satisfy his passion for horses by creating his own racing stable but also his attraction for the job of trainer with the ambition to pass his diplomas. “I am already starting to prepare all this well with those around me. I am crazy about horses and I want to create a good stable whether in the trot or the gallop. I caught the virus with my father, who has been a real racer and enthusiast for years. My dream is to win the Grand Prix d'Amérique with one of my horses, it would be great (he will count on Sunday on Natsukashi, ridden by Sébastien Maillot, for his first coronation as owner in the Prix de Diane). And I have another one, to become a football coach after my career. Manage a group, think about tactics,setting up workouts are things that interest me. It really plugs me to pass my diplomas to be on a bench in a few years. You see, football is far from over for me
”said the FC Barcelona player.