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The problems that made Aké Loba leave Rayados and arrive at MLS

By Juan Angel Aiesi


The problems that made Aké Loba leave Rayados and arrive at MLS

The striker was sought after by Cruz Azul and Tigres before joining Monterrey, where he did not receive the expected.

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The young Ivorian striker, Aké Loba, will leave Rayados de Monterrey to join the ranks of Nashville SC of Major League Soccer, the board of directors and the current coaching staff would have no problem in getting rid of him in exchange for a good economic retribution. the 23-year-old versatile attacker will be signed by Nashville SC of MLS.

 

 

According to information from journalist Felipe Galindo of AS Mexico, the 23-year-old versatile attacker will be signed by Nashville SC of North American soccer to join this same 2021 season and, in this way, the club will have another foreigner's place free. The U.S. team would be closing the signing in definitive purchase in exchange for 6 or 7 million dollars.

 

 

 

With this, the player would end his time in Mexican soccer after having spent his first year in the country with Gallos Blancos de Querétato and then a year with the team from the Sultana del Norte. With the feathered team, he played 41 games, scoring 11 goals and providing two assists.

 

 

He played 27 games and scored seven goals. Previously, he played in Peru with Universidad San Martín de Porres, where he played 32 games, scored 18 goals and provided six assists. Aké was unable to win a place with Antonio Mohamed or Javier Aguirre, so a new team was sought for him, as his style of play did not fit. 


 


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