After it was rumored that the Paraguayan defender of the Club America Eagles, Bruno Valdez, was one of his foreign players on the exit ramp in the Nido de Coapa, now it is presumed that the footballer would already have an arrangement with the board of the FC Juarez Braves to be your reinforcement in the Opening 2022.
América wants to release some foreign soccer players to open space in its squad and be able to sign players not trained in Mexico as reinforcements in this summer transfer market.
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At 29 years old, the Paraguayan had a year pending on his contract with América and now he will go to FC Juárez, to whom he would have already given the go-ahead in terms of contract and salary.
With America he recorded 27 goals and 7 assists in 218 official matches, winning up to 4 titles.
The departure of Bruno Valdez would be covered by the arrival of the Mexican defender, Néstor Araujo, with whom the creams would already have a total agreement and it only remains for it to be officially announced before the start of the Apertura.
With Valdez out of the team, the Eagles would have room to register one more reinforcement, presumably a winger on the right, with whom they would close their transfer market, remembering that they already have the signing of Jonathan ‘Cabecita’ Rodríguez, Jürgen Damm and Bruce El- mesmari, although the last two have not been made official.
In addition to Valdez, Juan Otero and Federico Viñas aim to leave the Nest in this transfer market.
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