Torrecilla accelerates the signing of the center forward

The Real Zaragoza sports director negotiates at the same time the departures of Vuckic, Raí, Larrazábal, Nick and Guitián to achieve a sufficient salary margin.


When there are only two weeks until the closing of the winter market and five days until the match against Albacete at the Carlos Belmonte, the first of the second round, Real Zaragoza sports director Miguel Torrecilla has stepped on the accelerator to close the match as soon as possible hiring a center forward to help alleviate the major scoring deficit that the Aragonese team has dragged since the start of the championship, where only Narváez maintains appreciable numbers, followed by the young Iván Azón.

Torrecilla manages a list of five candidates for the position, where Álex Alegría (Mallorca) occupies one of the first two positions, but the sports director does not want the incorporation of the center forward to be delayed much longer and will try to precipitate the most important operation of the winter market without waiting for the last days.

At the same time, the Zaragoza executive is negotiating the departure, in the form of assignments or contract rescissions, of Vuckic, Raí, Larrazábal, Nick and Guitián. Transfer offers are also heard for the Nigerian James. And it is that the Aragonese club needs to lighten its roster of footballers and its salary limit to be able to undertake those two or three pending signings, after that of Peybernes, who has arrived on loan from Almería for six months. The French central defender, who already trained yesterday under Juan Ignacio Martínez, will be presented tomorrow, at the conclusion of training.

Torrecilla's greatest effort is to be able to place the Slovenian Vuckic, whose salary is one of the highest in the squad and has not yet managed to score a goal, a dubious honor that he shares with the Uruguayan Toro Fernández, in which he still maintains his faith. sports director and JIM himself.

Real Zaragoza is enjoying a rest day today.

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