After the 4-2 loss to Pachuca at the Hidalgo Stadium, Chivas ended their participation in the Guard1anes 2021 of Liga MX early. Despite the early elimination in reclassification, the board of directors headed by Amaury Vergara and Ricardo Peláez gave their confidence to Víctor Manuel Vucetich: the squad will go on vacation for three weeks and return to Verde Valle for the preseason.
While the soccer players and the coaching staff will be resting, the Guadalajara authorities will go out to the summer pass market. Names such as Néstor Araujo and Vladimir Moragrega appeared on the Guadalajara team's radar, but the surprise came this Tuesday afternoon from the United States.
According to the information provided by Goal, Efraín Álvarez is of interest to Rebaño Sagrado for the Apertura 2021. The same source confirmed that there has not yet been a rapprochement between both parties but that the representatives of the rojiblanco team were closely following him in The last weeks.
Chivas will have to fully analyze his hiring. And, speaking from the economic side, the Los Angeles Galaxy would only leave it for a figure close to 12 million dollars. Anyway, Ricardo Peláez could start talks with the MLS club to try to get a loan.
The young attacking midfielder's career is on the rise. In 2021 he already got his first call-up with Gerardo Martino's Mexico National Team and in the MLS he began to gain prominence: he added 78 minutes in the first three days of the season and started against the Seattle Sounders.