The Eagles of America move in the market and Pedro Aquino could be the first to leave Coapa

The Eagles of America move in the market and Pedro Aquino could be the first to leave Coapa


Pedro Aquino could leave Club America.

Pedro Aquino could leave Club America.

Photo: Alejandra Suarez / Imago7

When everything seemed headed for the Eagles of America lifted the long-awaited trophy number 14, the Diablos del Toluca stopped their favoritism in its tracks by eliminating it in the semifinals of the Liga MX Apertura 2022 Tournament.

the unexpected failure has not stopped the plans of the azulcrema club and the project of Fernando ‘Tano’ Ortiz on the bench, although it does rethink some positions and strengthen weak points. In the last hours there have been rumors of the departure of Bruno Valdez to the MLS, Jürgen Damm (end of contract) and now the possible departure of Pedro Aquino is added.

Peruvian midfielder he is not entirely happy with his role as substitute for Richard Sánchezconsidering that in the last tournament several players passed him over in terms of changes, so several games warmed the bench for 90 minutes.

Reports the Mexican newspaper Record that Aquino would not be displeased to continue in the Eagles and fight for ownership, but that he would choose to leave the institution in case a good offer arrives, either from outside or within Liga MX itself.

A two-time Liga MX champion knocks on the door of Club América

In this context, the Orlegi Group, owner of Atlas de Guadalajara and Santos Laguna, has already contacted the Club América board to find out about the footballer’s situation and offer him a swap: Pedro Aquino by Fernando Gorriarán.

The Uruguayan player is also 27 years old and aware of his bench role in big teams in Liga MX. Last Apertura 2022 he played quite a few minutes with Santos. In addition to this, Gorriarán has already expressed his intention to abandon the lagoons.

It would be a three-way transaction, including the ‘Foxes’: Aquino to Atlas, Gorriarán to the Águilas del América and the Argentine Leo Suárez, who played on loan at Santos Laguna last season, would become a permanent record of that club.

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