The group led by manager Aníbal Mosa wants the player to stay longer with the Black and White team.
The directive of colo colo rejected the first proposal from the America to acquire the striker Paul Solariwho is 21 years old and is one of the main promises of the Andean team.
America put four million dollars on the table for the forward of Colo-Colo Pablo Solari and the ‘Cacique’ only wants to release 80% of the player’s letter and keep 20% for a future sale, however, the azulcrema team wants to take the complete letter of the 21-year-old Argentine player.
This situation has caused that a sector of the directive is against the proposal of the Eagles. The group led by the director Hannibal Meuse he wants the soccer player to stay longer with the Black and White team.
Solari is a wish of America since the last winter market, even in January, they were very close to signing him, however, Colo-Colo He decided to keep him for one more semester so that he could play the Copa Libertadores with the team, but with the elimination of the albos in the maximum Conmebol tournament, there is a clear path for the sale to be made.
“I do not agree to sell now to Paul Solari“, Mosa commented hours before to the ‘Redgol’ media outlet.
“I prefer to favor sports over economics. Today it is more important to go through the phase in South America and become champion,” Mosa added about the option of getting rid of the footballer.
It should be noted that, with this sale, the Talleres de Córdoba team will also receive money for the sale because it keeps 20% of the player’s pass and that same variant is the one it wants to keep Colo-Colo to benefit in the near future.
In case of completing the purchase of Solarithe Americanists will have to speed up to get a player Not Trained in Mexico, because at this moment they have full places: Otero, Viñas, Meré and Valdez are players indicated as candidates to leave the team, although none have a formal offer on the table.
Information from César Caballero was used in the preparation of this note.
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Colo Colo rejects America’s first offer for Pablo Solari