Cruzeiro agrees to sign Gabriel Veron
Lucas Romero has a contract until the end of 2025 with Lyon He was a member of the team until the elimination in the Club World Cup and the dismissal of Nicolas Larcamon, and is now the new coach of the team. Sea trip. The Mexican national team signed Uruguayan Jorge Bava, and the coach will then analyze the team and decide whether or not to release the athletes as well.
Last season, Romero actually entered the Celestial radar, but he ended up moving to Lyon, when he was bought for just over $600,000, according to the Argentine press at the time. Because he has a contract with the Mexican club Sea trip He would have to enter into a financial agreement to sign Romero.
on time, Sea trip And Lyon are silent about the deal. What is certain is that the outcome of the negotiations is expected this week.
Lucas Romero lives the last days of 2023 in Argentina. He has never hidden his passion and desire to return to acting one day. Sea trip one day. Romero spent Christmas with his family and Raposa's former partner Ariel Cabral.
A photo also featured Romero's brother (wearing Sea trip), Ariel Cabral wrote a mysterious letter:
– Will you come back? When I come back, I won't say anything, but there will be signs – wrote the midfielder, who was at Racing Montevideo, in Uruguay.
In addition to last year, Cruzeiro also tried to sign Lucas Romero in 2020 for the Brazilian second division. First, a free loan. Then try again to pay for the temporary assignment. However, he received a refusal from Independiente.
For Leon, Lucas Romero completed the second season. In the 2022/2023 season, he participated in 20 matches and scored one goal. He was a champion of champions, but he stopped with the Mexican national team in the quarterfinals of the national championship and was eliminated from the Club World Cup by Urawa Redes in the second stage. Last season, Romero played 24 matches and provided two assists.
Lucas Romero defended Sea trip Between 2016 and 2019. The Argentine midfielder won two Copa do Brasil and two Minas Gerais championships in the blue jersey.
In 2019, in the face of a serious financial crisis, the club traded the midfielder for just over $2 million (about R$6 million), in a cash-payment agreement with Argentine club Independiente. In addition, he agreed to relieve Minas Gerais of the Argentine club's debts in exchange for the purchase of midfielder Matías Pisano, in 2015, worth approximately $600,000 (about R$2 million).
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