The Huesca market pending sales

The departures of Pulido, Galán, Sandro and Álvaro will mark the arrivals to the Huesca club. Huesca will not lower their claims.


Huesca has the experience of being an elevator team and knows that it has to sell to put together Nacho Ambriz's project. Two seasons ago he transferred Enric Gallego (six million), Melero (four) and Gallar (one) and this season he wants to make money to face the reinforcement market, in which he expects eight signings. The Catalans are not going to lower the price of their players and they will not negotiate the four million euros for Galán (he seemed to be close to Celta) or the million they claim for Pulido (Almería gave € 500,000) .

Álvaro Fernández (possibly Granada) and Sandro Ramírez will also leave, but they will go on loan. The Barça club does not want to sell them below their price, which is set at 10 million, and they prefer to revalue them in the First Division and recover them in case of promotion. A tactic with which the Alto Aragonese do not want to lose two of their most important assets, which have two more years of contract.In addition to the sum of income, Huesca expects to have almost four million for Rafa Mir. The Huesca have 25% of the player and their presence in the Olympic Games can revalue the player. The Huesca do not have any player named as non-transferable and Seoane, Siovas or Nwakali could come out if there are clubs interested in paying the claims of the Huesca team. A very busy and slow market that will be resolved in the last days of August.

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