The Uruguayan striker Matías Cóccaro said goodbye to Huracán after being transferred to the Canadian team Montreal Impact, of the Major League Soccer (MLS), in exchange for 2,000,000 dollarsand said that the fans of “Globito”, where he stayed for two years, are already asking him “to come back.”
The 26-year-old attacker born in the Uruguayan town of Pirarajá went to collect his belongings this Monday at the “La Quemita” hurricane property, and then told TyC Sports that what was “generated with the fans is very nice.”
“In fact, They already ask me to come back and I still haven’t left. What we live here is terrible, crazy. That’s why I’m leaving happy, since in addition to the fans, my teammates are also happy with me leaving, because they see progress in it,” he highlighted.
“Argentine football is very complex, difficult to play, very particular, with a lot of conditions and an important psychological factor, so you have to be 100% prepared. And that is key to achieving the best performance,” “Zorro” finally described.
One who left and two who arrived
Huracán, directed by Facundo Sava, made official the arrivals of defenders Hernán De la Fuente and Guillermo Burdissoboth as free players.
The full-back De la Fuente signed an employment contract until December 2024 after his time at Atlético Tucumán and has a purchase option of $450,000 for 50 percent of the transfer, if effective, his contract is automatically extended until December 2027.
The central Burdisso, He was released from Universidad Católica, in Chile, and also signed an employment contract until December 2024.
In 2023, the former Vélez Sarsfield, De la Fuente, played 32 games in total, 10 of them were for Famalicão, from Portugal, and the remaining 22 were played for “Decano”.
For his part, the former Boca Juniors, Burdisso, He played a total of 18 games at the Catholic University.
Added to these two arrivals is the arrival of goalkeeper Hernán Galíndez, who became the first reinforcement of “Globo” upon arriving from Aucas, Ecuador.
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