Valladares is excited about the continuity of Leonardo Gil

Colo Colo enjoys a great 2021, where he was crowned champion of the Chile Cup and is the leader of the National Championship. In the midst of this great moment, from Blanco y Negro they are already working on shaping the squad for next season.

Emiliano Amor, Pablo Solari and Leonardo Gil have been key pieces in this great campaign by the Cacique and in Gustavo Quinteros’ scheme. The problem is that they all arrived on loan, however, from the board of directors they are already working to retain their figures.

In conversation with TNT Sports, Edmundo Valladares said that “The first task is to sustain this group, we want this base to be able to be maintained for a long time to come. Some positions have appeared in which he (Quinteros) believes that it can be strengthened, but ultimately the main thing is that this group can be maintained “.

The president of Colo Colo is optimistic about the renovations of the campus because “With the work that we have been doing, we will be generating resources that will allow us to make the effort to retain all the players who have stood out in the campaign. We have made progress in this, we are confident that we can achieve it “.




“The important thing is that the Colo Colo players, Leonardo Gil, Emiliano Amor, Pablo Solari and several others who end their contract at the end of the year, want to be in Colo Colo, they want to stay, and when that intention is, things flow better. ”, added the chief’s helmsman.

In the specific case of Colorado, Valladares stated that “He has told us that he wants to stay at the club, he likes to be in Colo Colo, he has an affinity with the club and its people. Daniel (Morón) will have to see the details, our intention is to create the condition for Leonardo to stay for a long time, he is a fundamental piece of this Colo Colo “.

It is worth mentioning that the next challenge of the Popular It will be this Sunday, October 3 against Palestinian at the Municipal Stadium of La Cisterna from 3:30 p.m.

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