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Efraín Álvarez is wanted by a European giant

Dennis Te Kloese, Los Angeles Galaxy coach, revealed that there were approaches by teams from the Old Continent by the Mexican player

Efraín Álvarez is wanted by a European giant.
Efraín Álvarez is wanted by a European giant.

Efraín Álvarez was the big surprise on the squad of the Mexican team for the friendly matches in March, since he is a footballer who could also play for the United States. Since that summons, the California-born has attracted the attention of a number of teams, one of them being Chivas of Guadalajara.

Efraín Álvarez is wanted by a European giant. Photo: Chicago Tribune.

The information indicated that the Rebaño Sagrado had begun to ask about Álvarez, although the hiring of him was far from being carried out for the money intended by the Los Angeles Galaxy. However, Dennis Te Kloese was consulted about it by ESPN and flatly denied offers by the Liga MX team, of which Efraín is a follower.

The coach of the Angelina franchise ruled out the Chivas option in the market and was even surprised by the information in recent days, although he revealed that there were calls or approaches from clubs in Europe. If they really want it from Guadalajara, they should start rushing.

"There are teams in Europe that have really asked about him, that are following him up; if there was something formal (from Chivas) I could give an opinion, but since there is nothing formal and there is nothing for him, no. The news that came out was a bit surprising, with so much money and that we asked so much, I really don't know where it came from, like was it a joke day or what?", explained Te Kloese.

In the same way, the coach wants Álvarez to continue developing in the Galaxy: "We are very happy to have him, he came from the academy and the truth is that he is a guy who little by little is going to have to establish himself and also has to fight for a place. In the half court with us we have players who obviously don't want to give up and that makes us strong and creates good internal competition", he concluded.

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