Guabirá is about to run out of Mina and Godoy

Guabirá is about to run out of Mina and Godoy

It is very likely that Guabirá will not count for the Clausura tournament with the Ecuadorian Kevin Mina and the Paraguayan Juan Godoytwo of the three foreign attackers that the northern squad had in the Apertura.

Why are they leaving? People close to the red club reported that Mina wants to take a ‘break’ to face a new challenge in another team Despite the fact that he has a contract until the 2023 season and Godoy will run out of contract this month.

Mina’s case is being analyzed by the board headed by Rafael Paz, who know that the striker wants to leave. What options are handled? Pthat to which Mina himself said that the club received an offer from abroad, the leadership does not know an official proposal, although it considers that the Ecuadorian striker is also seduced by the idea of ​​playing the next tournament in Blooming.

Mina’s disassociation goes through the termination of contract or in any case to know what the club that is interested in their services offers.

Mina arrived in Guabirá in January of last year. In that season he scored 16 goals and it was decisive for the sugar producers to qualify for the Copa Sudamericana.

In the Apertura 2022 he did not score goals, although it is also understood that he did not have many playing minutes due to injuries and the coach’s decisions.

The one who scored the most goals in this first tournament of the year was the Portuguese Luis Leal, who scored 5, followed by Enrique Hurtado (3) and Godoy (2) whose contract apparently will not be renewed.

Guabirá was eliminated from the Apertura tournament. He failed to qualify for the second round despite having a rebound in recent dates.

The campus will have vacation for a week. At that time, the managers and Mauricio Soria, the DT, want to define the squad that will face the second tournament of the year.

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