Looking ahead to next season, Chivas de Guadalajara is moving in the market. The rojiblanco team seeks to add Sebastián Córdova, a player for América, to their ranks, and for this purpose they offered Uriel Antuna as a bargaining chip. The operation would be blocked at this time due to the refusal of the player of the Sacred Herd to accept the economic offer of the Eagles.
In the event that the exchange with America does not materialize, the Chivas board would be looking for new options. According to the most recent reports, Guadalajara shuffles a couple of options in exchange for the Córdova-Antuna exchange to fall. The rojiblanco team would occupy the ‘Brujo’, once again, as an asset and would have had its eye on a couple of Rayados de Monterrey footballers.
The favorites of the rojiblanca board of directors are César Montes and Erick Aguirre, who arrived at the Sultana in the Grita México 2021 tournament of the MX League. According to the local newspaper El Informador, Chivas would try to hire either of these two elements that have attracted its attention for a long time.
According to the Transfermarkt portal, the ‘Cachorro’, a 24-year-old Mexican defender, is valued at 7.70 million dollars, while Aguirre is valued at 6.6 million dollars. The value of Uriel Antuna is approximately 5 million dollars according to the specialized portal. Will Monterrey accept this exchange? It’s convenient? How much money would you ask in return?