Pere Milla and Marc Cardona will not continue at Eibar

Fran Garagarza has confirmed that the club will not exercise options to extend the contract for one more season of any of them.


During the balance of what has been the season 2018/2019 for the SD Eibar, the sporting director Fran Garagarza has confirmed that two of the players who have formed the first team squad will stop wearing the elastic armera. It is the case of Pere Milla and Marc Cardona, who have not found in Eibar neither the minutes nor the progression necessary for Mendilibar to give the OK to its continuity next season.

In Milla case, the player came to the set Gipuzkoa from the Numancia, where he was raised as a figure of "loyal player". At 26, Milla arrived with the illusion of making a place in the first division, a category in which he had not yet debuted. In fact, he managed to start the season by making a hole in the XI against Getafe, Real Sociedad, Espanyol and even Atlético de Madrid. Four matches of 6 possible played to kick off a season that, on the pitch, would end precisely there. The lack of adaptation to what Mendilibar demanded, in addition to the great internal competitiveness of the team meant that the player from Lleida did not play again until day 34, against Huesca, to close his participation with the team.

Milla, that ended the contract on June 30 this year, will not be renewed, so it will leave the team with the freedom card under his arm.

On the other hand is the case of Marc Cardona, from FC Barcelona along with Marc Cucurella. The Catalan came in the form of a transfer for one year renewable to another year, but the lack of continuity and the few minutes played have made the sports management has decided not to exercise that option. Cardona has reached 598 minutes in 17 matches, that is, an average of just over 35 minutes per game in which he has scored 3 goals. The Catalan only played the 90 minutes against Rayo Vallecano, starting in just 6 games during the season.

From the Eibar, Fran Garagarza wanted to wish them the best in the future and thanked them for having helped keep Eibar in the First Division.



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