Renato Ibarra will be registered with Liga MX and may be taken into account by Santiago Solari with América
America, through a statement, announced that Renato Ibarra will be considered again for the first team.
The Ecuadorian midfielder will be discharged as a reinforcement and with this he will once again wear the colors of the Eagles after having been out of the institution for a year because he was charged with attempted femicide at the beginning of 2020.
“Due to the operation of the player Leonardo Suárez, and having other injured players, makes the team see the need to reconfigure its squad. Given the above, Renato Ibarra will be registered ”.
“The Ecuadorian player has solved his family problems. His ex-partner and children have accompanied him to training sessions and games. Likewise, he has been trained in matters of gender equality by the Specialized Center for the Eradication of Violent Behaviors Towards Women (CECOVIM) of the Government of Jalisco, ”the club reported in a statement.
America decided that Ibarra would make up for the loss due to injury to Leo Suarez, who underwent surgery on Tuesday of this week and will be off the court for four months.
Renato Ibarra He was on loan to Atlas for the last year, a club that decided not to sign him due to his high salary, so in the summer he returned to the ranks of the Eagles, which sought to accommodate him outside and within the MX League.
The Coapa team did not have the resources to go to the market and look for an element that would fulfill the functions that coach Santiago Solari is looking for, who has expressed his liking for the football conditions that the 30-year-old player has.
“Club América has a permanent commitment to gender equality, so it will continue with campaigns and training to avoid any situation of discrimination and / or violence against women,” he adds.
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During 2020, Renato Ibarra spent a week in the Oriente Prison in Mexico City after beating his still partner Lucely Chalá. This caused the club to decide to separate him from the squad, but this week he was integrated into training with the first team.
The footballer, if he is registered in time by Liga MX, may be on the bench for America for the commitment they will face this Wednesday against Juárez.
Finally, they added that “we are very grateful to all our fans for the support they give us, which forces us to continue giving positive results.”