The disbandment of Club Tigres is slowly becoming a reality. It is almost certain that both Carlos González and Nicolás López will leave the institution.
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This would mean that André-Pierre Gignac, the historic striker of the feline institution, will be looking for new partners in the attack. Which seems very necessary.
In this tournament that is about to end, neither the Paraguayan Carlos González, much less the Uruguayan Nicolás López, met expectations.
So it seems only fair and urgent that new partners be sought for the Frenchman.
Where would Nicolás López and Carlos González go?
Despite their poor seasons, both Nicolás López and Carlos González still have a good market in Mexican soccer.
Carlos González is being followed by teams such as Deportivo Toluca, who is said to be very close to signing, and Club León.
On the other hand, Diente Nicolás López is in the sights of teams such as Cruz Azul and FC Juárez, where Miguel Ángel Garza, the manager who brought him to Mexican soccer, is located.
Although there is a trend in the board of directors that wants to give the Uruguayan a new opportunity in Tigres.
Club Tigres, together with Club de Futbol Pachuca, finalists in the tournament, scored the most goals, with 30. Of those goals, eleven were scored by André-Pierre Gignac. Nicolás López scored just two goals and Carlos González, two.
Which player should Tigres look for?
Tigres should look for Rodrigo Aguirre, the Necaxa striker who was second in the scoring charts behind Frenchman André Pierre Gignac.
The Uruguayan scored 10 goals and had a great end to the season under Jaime Lozano. Currently, the player belongs to Liga de Quito of Ecuador but Tigres could ask for him and could obtain him for 1.9 million dollars, according to Transfermarkt.