In the middle of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, the transfer rattle begins to move with a view to the opening of the transfer market that will begin in January. In the same way, the clubs of the League betplay Dimayor II are already thinking about the first semester of 2023.
América de Cali has complicated its aspirations to qualify for the final and fight for the star of the end of the year. The Red Devils They are part of Group B of the home runs together with Independiente Medellín, Deportivo Pasto and Águilas Doradas, which marches with a perfect score as a result of three victories in a row.
For now, those led by Alexandre Guimarães are in third position in their area with three points out of a possible nine and -3 on goal difference. The next outing for the American team will be against Deportivo Pasto at the La Libertad stadium, with the only goal being to win to stay alive.
Beyond what happens before the painting Volcanicthe leadership of América de Cali, headed by its largest shareholder, Tulio Gómez, is working to close the first signings that will allow it to fight on all fronts, given that they could not bring reinforcements for this championship due to the sanction imposed by the Federation Colombian Football Association (FCF) for the Rafael Carrascal case.
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For several years the option of Hugo Rodallega to join the ranks of América de Cali. It should be noted that the experienced attacker has a special bond with the Mechitasince his father was a fan of the group Scarlet.
In 2021, hugol sounded strong to sign for América de Cali, however this possibility vanished since Juan Carlos Osorio, coach of the Cali squad at the time, ruled out hiring the ex-Wigan, who during an interview for the program Blu Radio Sports Blog confirmed this version.
Osorio openly said no. On a television program, he said that he respected my career, just as I also respect him a lot for the career he has had (…) before coming to Brazil, I talked to Tulio Gómez for many days and we were even very close to sign, until the coach said he wasn’t going to count on me (…) That was when it became difficult and it didn’t happen”.
Recently, the scorer in the South American U-20 championship with the Colombian team in 2005, was promoted to the Brasileirao with Bahia. The 37-year-old attacker has a contract with the team carioca until December 31 of this year.
In the last few hours, the former Fulham spoke with the journalist Max Martínez about his future: “I have a current contract and I could not say if I am going to continue in Brazil, I am going to return to Colombia or I am going to another place. At the moment, I just enjoy the holidays without thinking about what can happen. When it is time, I will analyze the best options.”