Cubs are at the crossroads of changing or renewing Willson Contreras

Cubs are at the crossroads of changing or renewing Willson

The management of Chicago Cubs complied with the plan that was established midway through the MLB: they were active sellers in the foreign exchange market MLB and began a restructuring.

Names like Anthony Rizzo, Kris Bryant, Javier Báez and Craig Kimbrel are no longer on the Cubs’ roster, which nonetheless kept their receiver. Willson Contreras.

The Venezuelan is happy to remain in the organization that signed him as a professional at 17 years of age. He is the oldest player in the team and wants to add more campaigns with the uniform of the Puppies. So much so that he offered to listen to offers for an extension.

“I would love to stay here. I love Chicago. I love my city. I love the team,” Contreras told Patrick Mooney of The Athletic. “This is the only team I’ve ever played for. If they want to rebuild around me, I’m open to talks.”