After the arrivals of Luis Romo and Rodolfo Pizarro, Rayados de Monterrey will have no more reinforcements for the Clausura 2022 tournament;
Rayados de Monterrey will NOT have more reinforcements for Clausura 2022
After the arrivals of Luis Romo and Rodolfo Pizarro, Rayados de Monterrey will have no more reinforcements for the Clausura 2022 tournament; the Gang cadre has decided to close the squad without further incorporation.
It has been the same strategist, Javier Aguirre who has pointed out that after the incorporations of Romo and Pizarro, they will no longer have the need for more reinforcements.
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“With the arrival of Pizarro and Romo we are complete, we don’t need more. Pizarro has surprised me even though he hasn’t played in two months, ”Aguirre said about his squad.
Although names such as those of Jorge Carrascal and Lucas Zelarayán As bombings for the team, Monterrey will not have more reinforcements for the tournament Closing 2022 and the FIFA Club World Cup.
In this way, it would be an unusual occasion where Rayados has not spent to get reinforcements; although the directive will have the last word on the matter.
Luis Romo arrived as an exchange for Carlos Rodríguez in a transaction carried out with the Cruz Azul Machine; on the other hand, to Rodolfo Pizarro have obtained it as a loan for one year with a purchase option from Inter Miami.
📹 | “It’s a good thing to get here to a team where one of the people I most liked to see play as a child was” El Cabrito. ” He was an Idol, I hope to become an Idol and win the affection of the Fans ”. @ Luis3Romo 💬🤠#ArribaElMonterrey 🇫🇮 pic.twitter.com/5XXHajI3mG
– Striped (@Rayados) January 6, 2022
Even for the Romo-Rodríguez operation, the Monterrey team has received 2.3 million dollars as a difference. That is to say, they have had financial compensation and for the moment they have not invested in getting any footballer so far.
– Striped (@Rayados) January 8, 2022
Luis Romo and Carlos Rodríguez; even change for Cruz Azul and Monterrey