El Indio has made a quick recovery after undergoing surgery on the menisci in his right knee and aims to reach the first match of the key against Internacional de Porto Alegre.
During this afternoon, Colo Colo arrived on national soil after 11 days of interseason in Argentina and they are already beginning to think about this Saturday’s match against Deportes Temuco at the Monumental stadium for the first leg of the third phase of the Chile Cup.
Upon his arrival in Chilean territory, Brayan Cortés spoke with the media and was optimistic about reaching the round of 16 of the Copa Sudamericana against Porto Alegre International thanks to the good evolution of his meniscus operation.
In the first instance, El Indio assured that “I did not feel pain after the operation. I’m almost normal. I aim to be from the first game, that’s my goal. So far I’m doing fine making a lot of progress. If I arrive a little earlier to catch the sensations a little, it would be even better”.
Asked about his renewal at the Cacique, the goalkeeper maintained that “nothing is known yet. My intention is to continue in Colo Colo, I am very happy herebut they also have to see their part. I hope it is resolved soon”.
Later, he spoke about the work in Argentina and pointed out that “we arrived in the best shape, physically and mentally well. There is no excuse in what comes. We will have a good Chile and South American Cup, and we must not neglect the National Tournament”.
To finish, the native of Iquique referred to Pablo Solari’s state of mind after his frustrated arrival at América from Mexico. “He’s fine and he’s going to continue with us. It is a decision that he and the club have to make, but we do not go further, “she closed.
It should be noted that Colo Colo will make his debut in Copa Chile against Deportes Temuco this Saturday from 6:00 p.m. at the Monumental stadium and you can click here to not miss any details of the commitment.