One of the reinforcement options that is handled with more force in Colo Colo days after the closing of the ANFP pass book is that of Angelo Araos, a player for whom the albos have already sent an offer for a loan to Corinthians of Brazil.
Unfortunately for the Cacique in this past there is an important stop stone in the operation, since AIM, the company that represents the attacker, seeks to place him in another more tempting market economically.
Cristián Arcos and Luka Tudor analyzed this situation around Araos, giving him valuable advice so that he can relaunch his career in Chilean football, especially considering that Colo Colo will have international competition for the second half of 2021.
“It is an economic issue incomparable with any European, even in Turkey, they also pay a lot of money and it is a competitive league. But won’t someone tell Araos that he needs to play? Angelo, go to a team where you play, where you can relaunch your career and show your conditions, because he is a very good player “Arcos told ADN Radio.
In this sense, the journalist argued that “Return to the Chilean team. It is not always the immediate jump to Europe, or that nobody sees you in a minor team in Turkey, and money is good, but in the development of any activity there are lucas and they are important, but there is also professional development. And not only because of Araos, I feel that with many that discussion is not done ”.
Finally, Tudor stated bluntly that “When these club changes start to repeat and you don’t play, self-confidence and appreciation are lost. The footballer enjoys on the field and there must be people who advise him to stop earning a little money and then recover if he performs … I love Araos, he can undoubtedly be a contribution in Chilean football. Here you have to put the ball on the ground, surround yourself with people who think about their career more than the ticket.
Total Angelo Araos has played 68 games in Brazilian soccer, scoring just two goals, one with Corinthians and the other with Ponte Preta, a second division club where he was on loan.