Uriel Antuna, nothing to play in Spain, but Cruz Azul wants to release him after Qatar 2022
Sources have told ESPN Digital that a ‘mid-table’ Spanish side have expressed interest in Uriel Antuna, but Cruz Azul have opted to keep him at least until the end of Qatar 2022.
was pending, but Uriel Antuna He was very close to signing up for a team in the Spanish Premier League however, Blue Cross established that at the moment the famous ‘Brujo’ is an indisputable and at least they hope that, if he leaves, it will be after the World Cup in Qatar.
Sources who were aware of the negotiation from Spain assured ESPN Digital that the offer of the Iberian club arrived at the table of Blue Crossbut the celestials did not see the exit of Uriel Antuna, because they consider him to be an important man in the team, so they asked not to worry the footballer any longer, who also expressed his desire to stay in the La Noria team and after December, the month in which the Qatar World Cup will take place at the end of 2022, resume talks. If he has an important performance, he plans to leave the cast of La Maquina to fulfill his dream of returning to European football.
According to our informants from Spain the team that requested the services of Uriel Antuna It’s one of the so-called ‘half-tables’, but the name hasn’t been revealed, as they hope that interest will continue after the World Cup, in addition to the fact that there are also privacy issues that prevent which club from being revealed. Anthony He had nothing to leave this season.
The talks went no further, but they argue that if it weren’t Blue Cross, the contract would have been terminated. Now the idea is that the machine keeps Uriel Antuna by December and then yes, listen to the offers for your footballer. It is even hoped that he will have a good World Cup so that he will be watched by other teams in Europe and make the most of an offer given his quality of football which was on display in Mexico after his return in Chivas and then his move to Blue Cross.
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