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Mexicans play continuity in the Second Division of Spain

The fMexican soccer players play for continuity in the Second Division of Spain; with the arrival of Grupo Pachuca and Grupo Orlegi, the Azt

Mexicans play continuity in the Second Division of Spain


The fMexican soccer players play for continuity in the Second Division of Spain; with the arrival of Grupo Pachuca and Grupo Orlegi, the Aztec elements have the opportunity to join the football of Europe; however, it is necessary to indicate that they need to have an outstanding season to be able to appear.

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Call LaLiga SmartBank in its 2022-2023 season it has a special interest for the Aztecs; because he will have several representatives playing in his ranks and that they seek to achieve continuity to remain in the Old Continent.

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In the case of Diego Lainez is still waiting for a resolution from Real Betis; the truth is that it cannot be ruled out that it falls into the second category of Spain if the option is attractive enough for the Aztec element.

looking for a place

Thus, Mexican soccer players play for continuity in the Second Division of Spain. Thanks to Grupo Pachuca and Grupo Orlegi joining Real Oviedo and Sporting GijonThis opens the doors for Aztec elements to reach this league and be able to compete in European soccer.

In the case of Marcelo Flores joins Real Oviedo on a one-year loan; however, the player still belongs to the Arsenal of England and it looks quite complicated for him to join the team definitively.

On the other hand, there is the case of Alonso Aceves, who arrives at Real Oviedo as well; however, the left back has more opportunities to stay in Europe. In this case, his letter belongs to the Tuzos of Pachuca.

Finally it is the case of Real Sporting de Gijón that has added Jordan Carrillo to its ranks; He arrives from Santos Laguna, he does it in the same way with a one-year loan contract and the possibility of being acquired by the club.

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