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Juanpi Añor: The new South American star who would be close to reaching the MLS

The Venezuelan, nationalized Spanish, would be very close to signing with an MLS club after being one of 11 Malaga players to be fired.

Juan Pablo Añor
Juan Pablo Añor

Málaga of the Spanish second division is going through one of its worst moments. That is why several of its players are already looking for a club and Juanpi Añor, who has been with the team for six seasons (he was on loan in Huesca during the 2017/18 season) is one of those players who may leave Spain.

According to the Spanish media COPE, Juanpi Añor has an offer from the MLS, more precisely from Sporting Kansas City. The team that is led by Peter Vermes would be interested in acquiring the 26-year-old midfielder, and in addition, his signing would be at zero cost due to his contractual situation with Malaga.

Juanpi Añor played a total of 49 matches in the Spanish First Division between Málaga and Huesca and has been an international with the Venezuelan National Team since 2014. Not least data is that his brother, Bernardo Añor, played 14 games for Sporting Kansas City in 2014, in addition to having experience playing in the MLS for Columbus Crew and Minnesotta United.

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