In Mexico, the signing of Macías by Real is closed

Various information from ESPN and Bein Sports speak of an agreement that would be estimated at around 12 million euros for the forward.

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The Mexican striker Juan Jose Macías would be close to joining Real Sociedad, according to information published by various media in his country, where his transfer is even closed for a figure that would be around 12 million euros. In the Royal Society they do not say anything about this operation, because they will not be denying or confirming all the information that is published about possible operations that it may be carrying out. Yes, he is a player who is in the portfolio, about which there are good reports and who had already considered his signing some time ago, like the last winter transfer market, in January, when Willian José was about to leave for Tottenham. So there were approaches between clubs that could well have come to fruition.

From Mexico, they even point out that Macías could have already played his last game with his current club, Chivas, and that the operation could be accelerated so that he would be at the start of the realistic preseason on August 14. This past night he played 72 minutes with Chivas against Puebla, losing 0-1. The young Mexican striker is one of the great promises of his country, to the point that despite being 19 years old he has already been international with the Tri national team.

At La Real, he is a player who has been followed for a long time, a footballer with potential for whom they would consider betting to reinforce his forward, but at first it had been considered as an alternative to the departure of one of his stars in attack , Alexander Isak and especially, Willian José. But they could also be preparing for possible contingencies, or with the idea of reinforcing the team in the face of a demanding course with five competitions. In the San Sebastian entity they would have had conversations with his club, Chivas; and with his representative, Alan Baros, CEO of the company Vsible and who directs his career with the idea of ending up playing in European football to grow in his professional career. For now, in Mexico they take it for granted that it will be at Real Sociedad. And in San Sebastián they are waiting.



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