In a league like Liga MX, with lots of foreign strikers scoring goals like Roger Martínez, Juan Dinneno, André-Pierre Gignac, Jonathan Rodríguez or Angel Mena, having a Mexican scoring goals is always welcomed. But now if we talk about a young star we can be quite sure that he will last very little in his home soil.
Italian website Calciomercato has stated Juventus is trying to organize their finances in order to be able to submit a formal offer for José Juan Macías. How? Possibly, Turkish defender Merih Demiral could be sold for $30 million. That would raise enough money to go on the hunt for the Mexican young star. Macías has recently saved Chivas’ life scoring the winning goal for their first victory in the Guard1anes 2021.
Many clubs in Spain are reportedly interested in him, as per Mexican newspaper Record. Chivas de Guadalajara owner Ricardo Peláez has sit down to speak with him and alerted him that keeping this level will earn him more and bigger offers from lots of European giants, not only Juventus.
As reported by Transfermarkt, his price for a permanent deal would be $12 million. But possibly it would not be enough for Chivas de Guadalajara’s desire to let him go. Maybe 15 million? Nobody knows yet. Still, Peláez will have to sit again with Macías and accept and offer or whether extend his contract, given it runs out in June 2022.