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The crack who would arrive at Club America in exchange for Giovani Dos santos and other players

One of the players that most interests the Club America board of directors is the Peruvian midfielder Pedro Aquino. 

Pedro Aquino
Pedro Aquino

Club America is about to make a very important exchange with the Mexican Liga MX champions, Club Leon and for that they are willing to release several players in exchange, among which Giovani Dos Santos stands out. The America team continues with the restructuring of its squad so they are already clear about what they want for the next tournament and thus avoid another failure like the Guardians 2020, unfortunately the economy is not the best within the club, so they will have to be very careful when choosing reinforcements.

One of the players that most interests the Club America board of directors is the Peruvian midfielder Pedro Aquino, who occupies the first option of necessity for the club, as he only has 6 months left on his contract with Club León, for what the management of America will seek to pay as little as possible for their hiring.

To carry out this negotiation, some of the players who no longer fit into America's plans and who would be well received by Club Leon are; the Colombian striker Andrés Ibargüen and the midfielder Rubén González and there is also possibility of send Giovani Dos Santos, but the Mexican still has a contract with Club America and it is said that he will receive one last chance to show his great level with the club.

In this way, Club America will seek to reduce the cost of the signing of Aquino as much as possible, in addition to getting rid of the players who no longer enter into plans. Finally, the coach champion of the 2020 tournament Ignacio Ambriz, does not rule out that Aquino could leave the club for the following season; however, the amount that Club América would have put on the table for the Peruvian is still unknown, taking into account the economic problems that the pandemic has left.

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