How much did Cruz Azul lose with Caraglio? – David Medrano

BAD BUSINESS

In July 2018, Blue Cross paid the Atlas nine million dollars for the federative rights of Milton Caraglio and two and a half years later, the cement producers gave it to the Rojinegros for free. Such an operation constitutes a bad business for the Blues, since adding the Argentine salary during the 30 months, the figure is around 12 million dollars; of that money the cement manufacturers could not recover a single peso.

Something similar had happened to the Blues before when they hired Joffre Guerrón de Tigres, and made an investment of 18 million dollars of which they could not recover anything. Caraglio’s best moment was in Apertura 2019, where he played 15 games and scored 11 goals.

THEY COULD NOT

Throughout Friday, the Cruz Azul board negotiated with the Puebla board the possible hiring of the Uruguayan Christian Tabó, but they could not convince the camoteros to reach an agreement. In the last instance, the cement producers requested that Tabó not be aligned yesterday against Chivas, in order to have time to continue negotiating next week.

Puebla did not change his mind and the Uruguayan started the duel against Guadalajara with which he is no longer eligible to be negotiated in this tournament and Cruz Azul will have to look for another option. Coach Juan Reynoso knows Tabó well and had requested his hiring.

SIN VISA

Until last night, América had not been able to complete the registration of Santiago Solari as its coach, since the helmsman does not yet have a work visa, an essential requirement to register him.

The directive has been working for days trying to streamline the procedures. In case they do not get Solari’s document, before tonight’s game against San Luis, Gilberto Adame would come out as head of the bench, since the assistants of the helmsman Lucas Nardi and Santiago Sánchez are in the same situation as the strategist , pending the work visa.

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