The Wizards of the State of Misouri started in a brilliant way the new MLS season. They are leaders in the West Conference after five victories and just one fall against Minnesota. Despite this fact, the directive commission of the club still seeks to bring more hierarchy to the squad. And an experienced Argentinean is in the crossairs.
Juan Sanchez Miño is a 30-year-old left back who was formed in one of the biggest clubs in the world: Boca Juniors. After four seasons, he emigrated to the Italian soccer to play for Torino in the Serie A. But after a performance without pain or glory, he returned to Argentina to play for Estudiantes de La Plata. Then he did a short experience in Brazil until he led to Independiente in 2016.
Independiente who is not having the best days of their institution history would easily reach an agreement with Kansas City to sell Sanchez Miño in a $1M transfer fee. Ezequiel Barco (Atlanta United) and Jorge Figal (Inter Miami) were his teammates when they won the Copa Sudamericana in 2017. Will he join them in the MLS?