Peruvians in the World: Christian Cueva: ‘Aladino’ would have a verbal agreement with sel Malatyas

It seems that her future is finally defined and she is waiting for finished. While in the week the player himself revealed that he was able to go to the Gimnasia de La Plata at the request of Diego Armando Maradona himself, everything would indicate that he will continue his career in Europe, to be more exact at Malatyaspor in Turkey.

This was advanced by César Merlo, producer of the medium ‘TyC Sports’, who reports that ‘Aladino’ and the Turkish club would have reached a verbal agreement for one season. “They offer him a very good contract,” said the journalist.

Thus, already waiting for the Malatyaspor make the transfer official, the Turkish team would be the third team in the ‘Old Continent’ for the Peruvian, who went through Rayo Vallecano in 2013-14 and Russian Krasnodar in 2018-19, in both cases without success.

What would be Cueva’s new team finished third to last in last season of Turkish football, but was saved from relegation by the Turkish Football Federation (TFF), which decided that there would be no relegation in its three main divisions due to the crisis derived from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Desire with the Selection

On the other hand, ‘Aladino’ indicated that he aims to return to play a World Cup with the white and red. Facing the first double date with the Selection, Christian Cueva He has been training at La Videna for a month. He considers that there is an improvement, but also assures that he misses playing with the ball. In the physical part I am fine and I only hope to put myself at the command of what God allows for me”, he said in an interview with The Trident Depor.

At 28 years of age, Cueva has played in 10 teams in his professional career: Universidad San Martín, Universidad César Vallejo, Unión Española, Rayo Vallecano, Alianza Lima, Toluca, Sao Paulo, Krasnodar, Santos and Pachuca.



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