The champion Atlas reinforces his defense with a piece of America
With a view to continue making history and revalidate his championship title, the Atlas of Guadalajara Another important piece was secured for the Clausura 2022 of Liga MX, which is already underway.
On this occasion, the current champions took a piece from the Águilas del América: the Argentine defender Emanuel Aguilera went to the red and black discipline and could debut in the next home match this Saturday against Atlético San Luis.
The defender's contract with the azulcrema ended in December 2022 and its last renewal was in 2020. It is believed that he did not count in the plans of coach Santiago Solari, who is carrying out an authentic wardrobe renovation with the capital club after the board gave a vote of confidence to his project.
Aguilera, due to playing minutes last Apertura 2021, automatically renewed with Club América, so his departure puzzles the fans. The player himself has revealed the main reason for his departure in conversation with TUDN:
"I had planned to continue in America, but my representative told me about the possibility without there being anything concrete and the first team that came up was Atlas (...) I had to talk to the board and they told me they wanted a renewal in defense," revealed the Argentinian defender
The answer given by the Americanist board to Aguilera makes it all clear that they did not count on him. Aguilera represents an important contract for Atlas, which, hand in hand with the same structure that gave them the last championship, will seek to do something important this Clausura.
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