Club León is going for a hierarchy signing: La Fiera points to a former Real Madrid to avoid failing in Liga MX

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Club León did not go beyond a draw in its first presentation against Xolos de Tijuana.

Photo: Sebastian Laureano Miranda / Imago7

The Lion Club He stayed on the verge of becoming champion last season of the MX League. The Atlas snatched the title from him and Ariel Holan cannot afford another equally painful defeat. In this sense, the emerald team would have among its intentions to sign a former Real Madrid footballer, center back Gary Kagelmacher.

The experienced Uruguayan defender has been a globetrotter in football. The player trained in Danubio FC It would be the main piece to reinforce Ariel Holan’s defense. According to reports from Mediotiempo, the arrival of the “charrúa” footballer is almost a fact.

In this sense, Gary Kagelmacher would join a defense made up of Jaine Barreiro and Tesillo. The 33-year-old Uruguayan would be a piece of experience for the club, a team that started this tournament with a 1-1 draw against Xolos de Tijuana.

Gary Kagelmacher has a past at Real Madrid

The Uruguayan player was part of the Real Madrid Castilla from 2008 to 2010. However, Kagelmacher can boast of having played a game in the club’s first team after Juan de Ramos gave him the opportunity to debut in 2009. At that time, the “charrúa” accompanied Christoph Metzelder on defense.

Metzelder’s long history

In addition to Real Madrid, the 33-year-old footballer had the opportunity to play for teams like Monaco, Valenciennes, Maccabi Haifa and the historical Penarol from Uruguay, team in which he currently plays.

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