After its failure at Grita México 2021, Monterrey is already planning its car roster for the next tournament and the Club World Cup. The Albiazul directive is moving in the market to round out one of the most complete squads in all of Mexican soccer.
One of his first reinforcements would be a player who already wore the colors of Rayados: Rodolfo Pizarro. The Mexican midfielder has not been able to consolidate with Inter Miami and could return to the Sultana del Norte for the next championship.
According to the most recent reports, Pizarro is interested in returning to Monterrey and the Rayados board of directors would agree with his decision, that is, both parties agree with the transfer. Certain aspects still need to be fine-tuned for the operation to take place. Monterrey will have to sit down to talk with Inter de Miami, a club in which Pizarro currently plays.
Recently the player declared that “I do see myself returning to Rayados.” The footballer would be trying to convince his club to allow him to return to Monterrey. The Albiazul club would agree to bring the player back under two conditions: that the cost of the transfer, as well as his salary, is accessible.
In this MLS season, Rodolfo Pizarro played 27 games, scored three goals and gave five assists. His team failed and failed to qualify for the playoffs of American football. The Miami squad will seek to restructure its project for next year, so they could provide facilities for Pizarro to leave the club.
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