Chivas is facing a crucial moment of the season. The team coach by Víctor Vucetich didn’t complete a good regular season but are doing very well in the playoffs. The Rebaño Sagrado defeated Necaxa on the repêchage and then Club America on the quarter-finals after two tough games.
Now Chivas is playing against León, and they tied their first game, waiting for the second one on Saturday night. Nevertheless, Vucetich, sport adviser Ricardo Peláez and president Amaury Vergara are all working on who could be the signings for the next season to complete a better campaign.
One of the players pointed out is Andrés Iniestra, the midfielder aged 24 that plays for Pumas UNAM. Born in Guadalajara he was formed at Pumas and left the club as a youth only once, in a loan to Venados FC. Since then, he is playing for the first team of Pumas and now Chivas want to take him away.
Vucetich needs some reinforcements for the squad, as some players, such as Dieter Villalpando, has been axed after committing undisciplined acts. Iniestra has a contract remaining until June 2023 and Chivas could spend up to $5 million to sign him. All these talks were revealed by Mediotiempo.