According to a rumor from Futbol de Estufa, Pumas UNAM could let one of its players go to European soccer.
The Futbol de Estufa had Pumas UNAM with a prominence rarely seen. If the market were a championship, Universitario would have been champions with several points ahead, especially due to the arrivals of Eduardo Salvio and Dani Alves, despite the fact that there were departures and that elements can continue to be withdrawn.
Such is the case of a player from the Basic Forces who could leave the National University Club in the next few hours. At least, this is how the Twitter account @jovenesfutmx reported it, which reported in a publication that Miguel Ángel Carreón is training with an important team from the Portuguese league.
“EXCLUSIVE! They tell me that Miguel Ángel Carreón will be training with Porto in the coming weeks, a player who has drawn a lot of attention from European football. Offensive midfielder who since he was 15 years old has played with the Pumas Sub 20“pointed out the user of the social network, regarding the UNAM Pumas youth squad.
Indeed, the 18-year-old midfielder, son of former defender Miguel Carreón, who was also born in football at Auriazul, is registered in Liga MX for the team commanded by Carlos González with number 197 and He has already played as a starter the first six games of the 2022 Opening Tournament, with which he accumulated two goals.
Pumas Sub 20 will play against Puebla without Miguel Carrón
Pumas UNAM Sub 20 will visit Club Puebla this Saturday, August 6 at 11:30 a.m. CDMX at Cuauhtémoc Stadium, in what will be one of the matches that make up the seventh day of the 2022 Opening Tournament of the MX League. According to the aforementioned Twitter account, the Universitario will not have Miguel Carreón available.
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