Carlos Vela’s LAFC would take a scorer from America

Crucial hours are lived in America because the signing of jonathan rodriguez It may close this weekend. Some journalists and media already take the agreement for granted, but so far there is nothing official.

In addition, the Eagles must hurry because from the United States the Los Angeles FC team, where Carlos Vela plays, is also very interested in taking over the services of the “Little Head” Rodriguez.

According to information from the South American journalist, César Luis Merlo, the North American team is negotiating with Al-Nassr to reach an agreement for the transfer of the Uruguayan soccer player.

America vs. Carlos Vela for the “Cabecita”

It should be noted that at this point, those from Coapa have an advantage because they would have already reached the figure required in Saudi Arabia, so it would only remain to close the deal with the footballer and his representative.

In the event that both Azulcremas and the Americans manage to convince the Asian team, the last decision will be made by the player, who for now prioritizes returning to Liga MX to have the desired minutes for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

According to information from ESPN, the 28-year-old attacker would already have everything arranged to become America’s new reinforcement for the 2022 Opening, although like everything, official information will have to be awaited in this regard.

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Nestor Araujo on the radar of America

Carlos Vela's LAFC would take a scorer from America

Carlos Vela’s LAFC would take a scorer from America

Néstor Araujo reached an agreement last Thursday to be a reinforcement of the Águilas del América for the Apertura 2022. According to Diario Récord, the Mexican defender decided to accept the offer and will return to Mexican soccer after four years at Celta de Vigo.

America plans to announce the signing of its new defender no later than this Friday. The center-back will compete for a starting position with two men with experience in the team such as Bruno Valdez and the Uruguayan Sebastián Cáceres.

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