Ignacio Rivero will continue in Cruz Azul, after days of uncertainty due to tough negotiations with Tijuana.
Cruz Azul reached an agreement so that the Uruguayan Ignacio Rivero continue in the team, after several days of negotiations with Tijuana.
The South American was one of the figures of the team that managed to end 23 years without a title and the board of directors was negotiating for him to stay in the institution, once the loan between Cruz Azul and the Xolos of Tijuana expired.
According to the source consulted, Cruz Azul hopes to finish negotiations with several players from the squad to make official the agreements they have reached.
Ignacio Rivero is a 29-year-old footballer, who arrived at Cruz Azul in 2020. Regardless of whether he is registered as a midfielder, coach Juan Reynoso has used him in different positions, including that of winger..
In recent days, it was learned that players like José de Jesús Corona have already reached an agreement to continue in the institution and Luis Ángel Mendoza would be the first reinforcement of the current Mexican soccer champion. For his part, Rivero was with the team in the preseason, despite the fact that his stay in the Sky Machine was not safe.
Cruz Azul has to face two competitions in the next tournament, because he will defend the championship he won in Guard1anes 2021 and is in the semifinal stage of the Concacaf Champions League.
The tournament will debut the next tournament on Monday, July 26 against Mazatlán FC, at the Azteca stadium, and his matches in Concachampions will be held in mid-August, against Monterrey, led by Vasco Aguirre.
Ignacio Rivero was one of the fans ‘requests for the’ Sky Machine‘and he is about to continue with Juan Reynoso’s team, once an agreement has been reached with the parties.