Independent Santa Fe suffered a severe blow to his squad after it was reported a few days ago that the forward Michael Jhon Ander Rangel Valencia He would leave the ‘cardinal’ team, after Junior de Barranquilla, the team that owns a large part of his sports rights, agreed to his transfer to Mazatlán in Mexico.
After Rangel’s departure, Eduardo Mendez, president of the capital institution, assured that he would not look for a replacement and that Jorge Luis Ramos and Diego Valdés like the attackers that technical director Harold Rivera would have at his disposal.
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However, this Thursday, February 4, it was announced on the Saque Largo program that Santa Fe would have changed his mind and became interested in a new forward to add to his payroll.
It’s about the 21-year-old attacker Brayan Moreno Alvarez, who stood out in the 2020 season by having achieved the title of the second division of Colombian professional soccer with Atlético Huila.
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Alvarez I note six goals in the 22 games he played with the set ‘opita’ the previous year and currently registers two annotations in the same number of games in this 2021.
The Antioquia forward, who can play as a center forward, but also has characteristics to delay his game and associate with his teammates, made his professional debut in 2019 with the Atlético Huila jersey. In total, he registers 30 disputed commitments and nine goals.