“Cabecita” Rodríguez’s novel with the Portland Timbers of the MLS is over;  This Tuesday he would have signed his contract-La Opinion

“Cabecita” Rodríguez’s novel with the Portland Timbers of the MLS is over; This Tuesday he would have signed his contract-La Opinion

Finally this Tuesday the novel that captured the attention of the American fans during the last two months about the future of the Uruguayan player Jonathan “Cabecita” Rodríguez, It came to an end after the Uruguayan striker had signed the contract that will link him to the Major League Soccer (MLS) team, Portland Timbers, for the next four years.

The version has gained strength after the former was seen in several publications on social networks. player for Santos Laguna, Cruz Azul and América in Liga MX, as well as for Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia, posing with the North American team’s shirt and in the locker that he will use for the next four seasons.

It should be noted that the negotiation took longer than necessary because at first, according to unofficial versions, the “Cabecita” He was not convinced by the Oregon State team’s offer.

As time progressed, Rodríguez was close to announcing his stay with América, but after consulting the matter with his family and that he was not having the activity that he expected in the American team, they had the negotiations reactivated until the negotiation was consummated.

So this day it was announced that Uruguayan Jonathan Rodríguez is already in the city from the west coast of the American Union and where it will become his seventh team in his professional career.

Jonathan Rodríguez began his career at Peñarol de Montevideo, from there he moved to Benfica in Portugal. then to Deportivo La Coruña in Spain, then he played for Santos Laguna and Cruz Azul, from where he went to Al-Nasrr in Saudi Arabia, to return to Mexican soccer with América and now he will play with Portland Timbers.

The arrival of the Uruguayan to the MLS team will allow the North American team to fight for the title of North American football after nine years of failing to lift a trophy since it was crowned in 2015.

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Jonathan Rodríguez will defend a shirt for the seventh time in his professional career. Photo:Rafael Vadillo/Imago7.

“Cabecita” Rodríguez throughout his career has scored 134 goals in 343 games played, of which 107 have been with the Mexican teams Santos Laguna, Cruz Azul and América.

With the three Mexican teams he was crowned champion in 2018, 2021 and 2023, while his greatest football exposure in Aztec lands was with Cruz Azul, where he managed to score 50 goals in 108 games.

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