The former FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, who took over the club in the Balearic Islands at the end of the 2009-2010 season, expressed his desire to leave the club for the good of the team and his agent negotiating the terms of his departure, said on the same source.
He had recently expressed frustration about the transfer policy of its leaders, loudly proclaiming his need for recruits on offense.
“One of the important things in football is the climate in which you work,” said Michael Laudrup to reporters in Majorca at a press conference after a workout.
“You can lose or win but you have to enjoy yourself.”he added.
Club officials could not immediately be reached for comment.
Laudrup also had stints coaching Mallorca’s La Liga rivals Getafe and Russian club Spartak Moscow.