Striker Jose Manuel Lopez is very close to being announced as a new signing for Palm trees, to become the second signing of the mid-season window. In an interview with Corazon Granate, the media that specializes in covering Lanús, the player talked about the negotiations, and is already in a farewell mood.
Very happy for this new challenge and sad to leave the club. It’s an important step. They are different days, and I am calm and grateful for the affection of the people of Lanus – he said.
The trend is for the Argentine to be more of a choice for a sector that will already be boosted in the middle of the year by Merentiel, a former Defensa y Justicia, also of Argentina. The deal is expected to materialize in the next few days, with the Lanus president returning to Argentina.
It’s a huge club, the biggest in Brazil and one of the best in America. If it pays off, I will be pleased and will try to defend to the death like I did here. I’m cool, it’s a huge club. Let’s see what happens.”
The striker is the profile sought by Palmeiras, a youngster with the possibility of resale and explosion, Lopez distinguished himself by scoring several goals for Lanus in Argentina. Last season, the striker scored 14 goals in 37 games. In the current battle, seven fought in 19 battles.
It is worth noting that Lanos enters this Monday (06), at 19:00 (Brazilian time), to face Rosario Central, in a duel valid for the first round of the second stage of the local championship. And according to an interview with the club’s president last Saturday (04) Luis Chebel, Lopez should not defend the Argentine national team and will travel to Sao Paulo In the morning.
If he passes the medical tests, the trend is for the striker to be officially announced and later join the rest of the team. Once the Argentine player becomes official, he will not be able to play in the Palmeiras shirt until after July 17, when the international transfer market opens.
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