The years do not pass in vain in the career of a footballer and it seems that the captain of the Mexican National Team, Andrés Guardado is clear of this, since, in the last hours, the Betis footballer has affirmed that he is aware that he could be living his last season with the verdiblanco team.
“Contractually it is my last campaign here and when I renewed a couple of years ago I told the president that I am aware of my age, that my role within the field may change. If I am able to perform at a good level this year and They offer me to stay, I’m delighted, but the reality is that I have a year left. When the calendar came out, I thought that it was very possible that I would retire from Betis against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu. “
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Although the Mexican does not rule out a renewal with Betis after the end of his contract, it is clear that the most feasible way is to leave the club due to his seniority. Although, the footballer will not retire after this situation, he will continue on the fields and has two viable paths.
The first is MLS, where it is said that Charlotte FC, the new MLS franchise, wants the Mexican to be its first franchise player in history, an economically and socially very attractive option. Although, if Andrés wishes to continue competing at a high level, in the Liga Mx a couple of teams have long desired it, Atlas and Rayados, the former being the best located due to the emotional bond that connects them with Andrés for being their home club.