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Javier Aguirre presents his list of reinforcements in order to strength Rayados de Monterrey squad

Aguirre is clear about the areas of the team that must be reinforced

Javier Aguirre presents his list of reinforcements in order to strengthen Rayados de Monterrey squad. Javier Aguirre expects to strength Rayados de Monterrey back side.
Javier Aguirre presents his list of reinforcements in order to strengthen Rayados de Monterrey squad. Javier Aguirre expects to strength Rayados de Monterrey back side.

As everyone knows, Javier Aguirre will be the next Rayados de Monterrey technical director to replace Antonio "turco" Mohamed, who ended his relationship with the team after winning three consecutive titles (league, cup and Concacaf)  but with a regular participation in the Guardianes 2020 tournament, so the expectations for Javier Aguirre will undoubtedly be high.

For that reason, the coach who has spent much of his career abroad returns to Mexico with the important mission of imposing his experience and style of play by trying to lead Monterrey to the top places. His very high salary is proof of this: he will be the highest paid coach in the Aztec football with 2.4 million annually.

Of course, Javier Aguirre already knows in great detail the squad and is aware of its strengths and weaknesses. Aguirre has already spoken with the Monterrey board of directors about the areas that he will need to reinforce and the priority will be focused on the defensive part: in the Guard1anes 2020 tournament the team received 21 goals in 17 games and only once did they keep zero.

Despite the fact that so far, no names of possible reinforcements have been revealed, TUDN announced that Aguirre intends to hire a central defender and a left back so that the north team can regain the defensive strength that it could not show all year. There are some rumors that Nico Sanchez and Cesar Montes will not continue in the team. He is very clear that a solid defense is the key to be able to fight for a championship.

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