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Latin American football players are conquering Europe!

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The football market in the old continent moves for the second half of 2019, players like the Mexican Hirving "Chuki" Lozano and Nabil Fekir sound for European clubs

Latin American football players are conquering Europe!

Hirving Lozano, a player transferred from Pachuca, is living a dream season with the Dutch club PSV Eindhoven, as the Marca newspaper explained his scores reach more than 18, catapulting this Dutch club to win the local league, only one obstacle separates them of the long-awaited title, Ajax. For this reason, his name sounds in two renowned clubs in Europe, in the English club Manchester United and the Italian team Napoli.

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The red devils, looking to reinforce their squad for next season, have set their sights on the Mexican promise by offering a considerable amount of money. According to GIN media citing the newspaper Sport Witness, the leaders of Manchester would be willing to pay 40 million euros for his pass.

However, he is not the only player that sounds for the Red Devils. According to Fox Sports News, his direct competition is the English player Jadon Sancho; which also happens for a right moment in the Bundesliga. The competition is quite close because the two players are shining in their current clubs, but, statistics could put the balance in favor of Herving Lozano.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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On the other hand, the leaders of Napoli also want to have the services of the Mexican player. As pointed out by the newspaper Milenio, PSV has recognized the intentions of this Italian club in buying Lozano. However, the problem lies in the price of his pass.

According to the information of the Formula Group, Napoli would not pay the surprising sum of 40 million euros for a player who is just starting in European competitions, for this reason, his intentions would be declining. But, the dreams of "Chuky" Lozano could be truncated thanks to the injury that left him out of the current season, in the last week of April. Likewise, another of the promises of European football is the player Nabil Fekir.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Fekir: the Lion of Lyon

Nabil Fekir, player of French-Algerian descent, is one of the revelations in Ligue 1 of France. As explained by the newspaper AS, this player has been at the service of Lyon since 2014 having a remarkable performance, good rhythm of matches, consistency of goals and, also, 3 annotations in the UEFA.

For these reasons the Turin star team wants the services of this striker. According to Transferus NET, Juventus could do without players like Paulo Dybala, Mario Mandzukic, and Douglas Costa, for this, Fekir could be a good option to fill any of the vacancies. Besides, this same newspaper said that the captain of Lyon could be the perfect complement for striker Cristiano Ronaldo. On the other hand, Juventus could count on another low and is its technical director Massimiliano Allegri.

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Allegri more inside than outside

After the elimination of the 'Vecchia Signora' of the UEFA Champions League at the hands of the Dutch revelation Ajax, some voices were raised in favor of the departure of Allegri. For example, in an interview made by SKY Sport and published by the newspaper Depor, the president Juventino Andrea Agnelli said that the departure of the coach from Vicenza is unlikely given that his contract is approximately one year,

Finally, the Mexican newspaper Sports Stadium portrayed Allegri's words on this subject: "I want to stay. But we have to meet and talk about it, "said the technician of the champion of Serie A." I already made my decision and we will meet when the club believes the time is right. "

 

LatinAmerican Post | Miguel Díaz

Translated from "¡Otro gran fichaje latinoamericano en Europa! ¿a que equipo irá?"

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