FC Juárez brought the top scorer in the Uruguayan league as a reinforcement for Liga MX
Striker Maximiliano Silvera, top scorer in the 2021 Uruguayan League with 21 goals, is the new signing for Juárez for the Clausura tournament, the Mexican club announced this Thursday.
Born 24 years ago in the Uruguayan city of Pando, Silvera left the ranks of Cerrito, the auriverde club in which he debuted in 2015 and with which he scored 54 goals.
According to the Juárez club "Maxi Silvera will give the team a lot of strength and offensive variants" Directed by Brazilian Ricardo 'Tuca' Ferretti.
Silvera, 1.76 meters tall, stands out for being a fast striker with the ability to play as a striker or as extreme right.
Silvera, who is already training with her new team, is expected to fill the void left by his compatriot Diego Rolán and Paraguayan Darío Lezcano.
Silvera will share a dressing room with Colombian winger Fabián Castillo and Argentine midfielder Matías García.
Ferretti's team is in sixth place in the Clausura tournament with six points. “A new step in my career. Happy and ready to face this challenge”, expressed the Uruguayan in social networks.
Maxi Silvera will wear number 7 and can debut this Saturday when Juárez hosts Chivas de Guadalajara on the fourth day.
Fourth day suspended
FC Juárez announced that the fourth day of the team in its match against Chivas de Guadalajara will be rescheduled due to low temperatures in the Mexican city.
“The match against Chivas corresponding to Day 4 of the BBVA MX League that was going to be played this Saturday, will be rescheduled to a date to be confirmed. This is due to the low temperatures forecast for the weekend in Ciudad Juárez,” the team reported on social media.
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