Carlos candle has left great sensations in Major League Soccer, because since his hiring with Los Angeles FC In 2017, he threw the team on his shoulder, with goals and assists, he also lived his best moment in 2019 by scoring 34 goals, with which he broke the record for scoring in a season, in addition to being named the Most valuable Player.
After those good passages, El Bombardero lost shone in the last two years, first in the stage of the pandemic generated by the COVID19, then injuries and now his team is far from classifying the Playoffs and his contract ends at the end of this season, which opens up possibilities of going elsewhere.
Here are five teams that would welcome the attacker with open arms:
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It is not uncommon for Guadalajara to want to sign the U-17 world champion, as he is a product of his quarry, but he left for Europe without having been able to make his debut in the First Division, although he left great sensations in the minor categories.
Many times it has been mentioned that the rojiblanca directive has approached the Aztec World Cup player to take him into their ranks, however, his high salary and his contract with LAFC They made it impossible, but it would not be unreasonable for them to approach again.
The Sacred Herd has been in a great crisis for years with a change in technicians and investments that have not worked, therefore, Vela would fall in love with the institution, but he would have to lower his economic claims because the club does not have enough capital.
These last two years it has been mentioned that Candle had chances of returning to football in Europe, to be more precise, with the Barcelona, something that in the end was not fulfilled, but his quality in the boots could give him the ease of jumping the puddle again.
It was with the Txuri-urdines that La Hiena found his best football and his stability, becoming a figure and legend, giving great performances in national and international tournaments, apart from having the affection of all the fans.
There is no doubt that the San Sebastian painting would open its arms to a historical one of his.
Just in April of this year, the native of Cancun mentioned that he would like to live in Australia sometime, something that surely did not go unnoticed in that country, where there have also been footballers who land to almost put an end to his career.
The Heart It is one of the most important clubs in the A-League and precisely this competition is similar to that of the United States, with divisions, franchise players and a salary cap limit.
At that club they would be more than happy to have the World Cup international.
Being already a proven player in LaLiga de España, the Heliopolitans could also open their doors for the return of the Bombardier, especially if they have in their ranks other compatriots of yours who would facilitate everything as Andrew Saved and Diego Lainez.
The coach of the Betics is the Chilean Manuel Pellegrini, who would surely be delighted to have another Latino in their ranks, as it would be a great piece to improve the team’s style of play.
Similarly, the one formed in Chivas he would be delighted to be admitted to a First Division club despite his age.
The greatest rival of Guadalajara He has also previously set his sights on the forward, so much so that there have supposedly been talks between the Azulcrema board of directors and his representative, without having reached an agreement.
The Hyena He has indicated in different interviews that he would not say no to the Eagles, despite having trained in Verde Valle, apart from his best friend Giovani dos santos many times he tried to persuade him.
Those from Coapa are known for always looking for the best, in addition to having the television station’s portfolio, so there would be nothing strange if Vela were seen as a new reinforcement of the Most Hated.
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