The options to replace Jeyson Rojas

Jeyson Rojas has been one of Gustavo Quinteros’ permanent starters in the current Colo Colo campaign and showing great performance. Unfortunately, he suffered a tear in the last game against Unión Española and will be without action for about three weeks.

Fortunately, the albos have several alternatives to avoid feeling this absence, where the one who seems to have the first option to face the Hispanics for the Chile Cup is Óscar Opazo. El Torta has had interesting performances since he recovered from his cruciate ligament tear, and his offensive projection is well regarded by the coaching staff.

Another that could appear is the youthful Bruno Gutiérrez, who He has already played two starting games in the contest in that lane and complying in a good way. In addition, your income will help meet the sub 21 minutes.

One that could even appear is Miiko Albornoz. Although he acts on the left side, his most skillful foot is the right-handed one, so he can accommodate himself in that sector. Physically he is already in full physical condition and added minutes in the last friendly with Magallanes, so he could even return to the summons to play against Unión Española.

Jeyson Rojas was torn apart and will be out for almost three weeks. / PHOTO: Agencia Uno

Doubts that Quinteros will resolve in practice this Tuesday, where you will test the starting team that will receive Hispanics on a very special day, since it will mark the return of the public to the Monumental stadium after more than a year and a half.

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