Club Deportivo Guadalajara and Deportivo Cruz Azul have clearly a good relationship, at least in their respective front offices. Both clubs have traded many players within the last couple of years. At the same time, both teams seem to fit for the same kind of players, so a footballer that is having a good season in one of them usually the repeat on his next club.
Now, Chivas and Cruz Azul are once again considering new trades. This time it happens that Cruz Azul's executives know that the may lose Jonathán Rodríguez not long from now, and want to make sure they will find a replacement shortly. In the same sense, Chivas is one of the richest clubs of the country and could be interested in signing one of the Cruz Azul standouts.
If the "Cabecita" Rodríguez decides to leave the club to join a European side, Cruz Azul have many players they are pointing to replace him. On of them is the Chivas' standout Alexis Vega, who emerged for the Youth system of Toluca and is a DF native, so could be interested in moving back to the capital. Anyway, it seems difficult for Cruz Azul to convince him to leave Chivas.
Th other player Cruz Azul evaluates is the Durango native Uriel Antuna, former Los Angeles Galaxy player. But Antuna seems to be confortable in Chivas and also know that the Club Deportivo Guadalajara is maybe the best place possible to earn a call by Gerardo Martino to the national team, or an offer from European football.
Meanwhile, Chivas could be interested in asking for Luis Romo, Cruz Azul's midfielder. Victor Manuel Vucetich founds José Vázquez not enough and Fernando Beltrán hasn't found his level yet, which has took him apart from the national team and even from the starting Chivas line up. If Chivas wants to dream on winning Liga MX next season, the need some reinforcements on the midfield.