Each transfer market is a soap opera with Lucas Olaza. The Uruguayan side, who He has been on loan from Boca Juniors for two years at Celta, is about to return to the Xeneize club for good. “There is a particular situation with Lucas within his contract”, has admitted the celestial coach Eduardo Coudet at the press conference prior to the meeting with Eibar.
Last summer something similar happened with the Uruguayan lane. Wave he even said goodbye to his colleagues because Celta did not execute the purchase option that ended on June 30, but on July 3 from A Sede they closed a agreement with Boca to resume the assignment. In that new loan, the amount to remain in property with the Montevideo was set at 4 million euros.
As revealed this Saturday in Twitter bill Celtic Slate, there is a Clause of the contract that forces Celta to execute the purchase option if Olaza plays 20 games this season and the defender has already participated in seventeen. The olívico club assures that at the moment it is not in economic disposition to pay the 4 ‘kilos‘, so the Uruguayan’s days in Vigo are numbered.
Coudet has preferred not to pronounce on the future of his left-handed starter and has limited himself to pointing out that “It is an issue that the parties have to solve and Celta is not alone. Besides Lucas there is also Boca. It is something that runs through me, it is an economic situation between the clubs. It’s one more question for the club. “
Olaza missed Wednesday’s game for having been in contact with a person infected with covid, but this Saturday he has already trained with his teammates and appears in the summons to receive Eibar. Coudet has included him in the list after talking with the Uruguayan: “What I talked about the most with Lucas is that he is focused on tomorrow’s game. From there, look for a solution as quickly as possible.”
El Chacho admits that the lane’s march would mean “a problem” because the Argentine coach would stay with Aaron Martin, which ended up on loan at Celta at the beginning of this market, as the only option waiting for him to recover from his passage through the operating room David Juncà. The Argentine coach almost gives up Olaza and asks the board for speed: “I cannot force the club to make an effort that it cannot. I would like it to be resolved as soon as possible because we are one week away from the market closing.”