Godín's new destiny: "It is an important possibility"

Godín’s new destiny: “It is an important possibility”

The captain of the Uruguayan team, Diego Godinconfirmed this Wednesday that there is a “significant possibility” to sign for Velez Sarsfield after a talk with the coach of the Argentine team, his compatriot Alexander ‘Cacique’ Medina.

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“The ‘Cacique’ called me, it’s true, and it’s an important possibility because I know him and the coaching staff, and I’m evaluating him,” he told the press during the inauguration of a sports complex in Montevideo of which he is a partner along with former international player Andrew Scotti.

Atlético Mineira would not put difficulties

Godinwhose current club, the Atletico Mineiro Brazilian, would not make it difficult for him to leave, he remarked that regarding his future, what he is looking for is to play and have “training quality” with a view to the Qatar 2022 World Cup and choose a team in which he feels comfortable.

“The important thing is these five months. Everything I have chosen these last two years has been based on the national team and in this case it will continue to be that way, not thinking about the money because these last two years I have already chosen to stop winning or losing money, but always thinking about the national team,” he said.

The former coach of the Uruguayan national team attended the inauguration of the complex Oscar Washington Tabarezin one of his few public appearances after his departure from La Celeste last November after almost 16 years at the helm.

The former defender of Atletico Madrid and Inter de Milanamong others, highlighted to the press his joy at seeing the ‘Maestro’ again and being able to hug him.

Godin is in Montevideo as a member of the Uruguayan team that will play the last friendly match at home next Saturday before participating in the World Cup in Qatar when they host the Uruguayan team Panama.



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