If there is a player in Chivas who is close to emigrating to european football is José Juan Macías. The quality of the 20-year-old Mexican striker has convinced both amateurs how former club players who can succeed in more competitive leagues.
One of them is the former central defense Héctor “Sansón” Reynoso, champion with the team in the Apertura 2006 tournament, who assured this Friday for the newspaper Record than "JJ" Macías is ready to begin his adventure in the old continentalthough I would prefer that first win a championship with Guadalajara, because in this way it would increase its value and arrive with greater experience and motivation.
I think it's been ready since it debuted. Since then he has shown that he is a great player. If anything, to leave more mature and with more prestige, he would have to win a championship
For the "Samson", the current "9" of the rojiblanca squad has a great scoring nose and a spectacular individual technique, so "without any problem" could play in one of the top five European leagues.
All the teams are looking for forwards like him, surely in a very short time we will be seeing him over there
Although Reynoso considers that the Spanish league has historically been more comfortable for Mexican soccer players, pointed out that Macías would also appear in more complex leagues, such as Italian wave english.
For his part, Ricardo Peláez, sports president of the Guadalajara Club, he declared in an interview with ESPN that the young striker has great mentality and professionalism, so that They will support him if the opportunity to go to Europe presents itself.
I have very good communication with José Juan Macías. He is a 20-year-old boy who looks 33 with an impressive mentality. He is a very professional guy with high goals. I am very happy with it. He is very committed, he wanted to return to Chivas, he wants to be champion with Chivas and of course if he has to go to Europe we will give him the necessary push
And it is that in recent months the name of Macías has been linked to the Real society of the Spanish league.
However, the economic crisis after the pandemic of coronavirus (COVID-19) could curb your export, at least in the next transfer market in the old continent, according to Matías Bunge, representative of several soccer players of Liga MX.
In an interview with the same medium, he said that transfers in summer will be atypical because there will not be as many sales Nor are there “economic bombs” in the clubs of any league.
In this next market in particular, I think there will be fewer operations, there will be more loan operations, something that in Mexico we are used to having, but in Europe the barters were not so regular. On the other hand now it seems that this is what is going to happen and regarding the issue of transfer bombs I understand that some will always be there but not in the amounts that have been handled in previous years
Furthermore, Bunge considers that there may be a devaluation in player prices to be able to adapt to the economic crisis that European football will go through: "the whole situation will make the price of the players at least in this market and in the next one will be lower than what we saw in these latter markets".
According to the specialized website Transfermarkt, "JJ" Macías is the most valuable Mexican soccer player in Liga MX with a value of nine million euros.
José Juan Macías debuted with Chivas de Matías Almeyda on July 22, 2017 and later became part of the Leon by Ignacio Ambriz, where he consolidated himself as the best Mexican striker by scoring a total of 19 goals throughout 2019.
Chivas had to find a new scorer after the unexpected departure of Alan Pulido and that is why he decided to bring back “JJ”, who so far in Clausura 2020 has scored four goals.
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