Ibiza hopes to retain Sergio Castel

At the club they are optimistic and believe that the forward, one of the prominent last year, will continue to wear the light blue jersey under Carcedo's command.


Fernando Soriano, sports director of UD Ibiza, continues to work hard these days to make the best possible squad for the historic debut of the Ibizan club in LaLiga SmartBank. In the task of continuing to find signings that support the team, there is a front still to close in the chapter of renewals. One of those that is resisting is that of forward Sergio Castel, although the club is optimistic and confident that the attacker will end up opting to continue wearing light blue in the season 21-22.

Sources from the Balearic entity assured AS this Thursday that, despite the fact that Castel has not yet renewed, they trust that the operation will be closed in the next few days.The footballer was one of the fundamental pieces in the promotion achieved last year, and one of the men in whom Juan Carlos Carcedo, the coach of the Pitiuso block, placed a lot of confidence. After the good result, it was always clear from the club that they had to retain the striker, who played for Ibiza on loan from Atlético de Madrid. In the celestial entity, they see in the Basque a player with potential, as demonstrated last year, and who can offer a lot of performance in the silver category.

Last year, Castel, who is 26 years old, scored a total of ten goals with the Ibiza jacket, two of them against First Division Celta de Vigo, which was eliminated by the Pitiusans in the Copa del Rey. In addition, he also achieved so many in the League that they were very valuable to add the necessary points for his team to finish as group 3 champion of Second B.

With respect to the new faces section, only pivot Kevin Appin (from Hercules), winger Miki Villar (from Compostela) and midfielder Mateusz Bogusz (on loan from English Leeds) have arrived at the moment.

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