The Eagles of America rumble in Germany: from the Bundesligan they confirm the interest of the Mexican team in Jorge Meré

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The Mexican team started Liga MX with a draw against Puebla.

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The Eagles of America they continue to plan their reinforcements for the next campaign. The Mexican set andhe gave something to talk about in Liga MX by bringing in Jonathan dos Santos. The offensive sector is armed, but Santiago Solari’s team goes after a piece from the Bundesliga: Jorge Meré.

For a few weeks there has been talk of the possibility of the Spanish footballer reaching the nest. The central defender would be a key piece to make up for the losses of a diminished defensive sector. Emanuel Aguilera was one of the pieces that left the club and the institution wants to place a reference to Sebastián Cáceres, Jordan Silva and Bruno Valdez.

These information were no longer just rumors after FC Köln’s own coach, Steffen Baumgart, acknowledged that there is interest in his defender.

I can confirm that there is a specific offer for him (Jorge Meré) and that we are thinking about it. I have a feeling that he also wants to change”, Revealed the strategist.

Meet Jorge Meré, the possible acquisition of the Eagles of America

At just 24 years old, the Spanish footballer could be a fundamental piece in Santiago Solari’s team. The central was formed in the inferiors of Sporting de Gijón. Meré debuted with the Spanish team and played more than 60 games before leaving for Germany.

His time in the Bundesliga with FC Köln is made up of 96 games played. However, this season has not been good for Meré, since the Spanish footballer has only played 9 games.

Jorge Meré can also boast that he has been part of the lower categories of the Spain team. The defender played in the combined U17, U18, U19 and U21 of his country.

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