Genk prepares for Gerardo Arteaga's final match
A source within the Belgian team reported that the Mexican full-back will play his last match on Sunday with the blue and white team.
Gerardo Arteaga He is just a few days away from playing his last match in the team's jersey. Genk from Belgium.
A spokesman for this club said espn He confirmed that the left-back will still be under consideration by coach Wouter Franken for the visit of Sint-Truiden, next Sunday at the Stein Stadium, but this will be the last match in which they will have the footballer.
But he also noted that there are still details being discussed and unclear among the board of directors. Genk And the Monterrey Club.
In this sense, the source reported that the Mexican left-back signed with… a planit is not closed.
He added: “There is a verbal agreement, but they are still discussing the details. However, Sunday’s match will be the player’s last match with the team.” Genk“, he literally pointed out.
However, it is expected that everything will be agreed upon soon Arteaga I can make the trip to Mexico next week, to start a new adventure in Mexican League.
He wants to be close to his family
On the other hand, there were reports that the player would return to his country to recruit with a planAfter joining the Belgian team in August 2020, this is due to the fact that he “wants to be closer to his family”, although it is logical that this is also due to a financial income of $1 million for both teams. GenkAs for the Arteaga.
We must remember that at that time, Arteaga It was considered part of Mexican national team Who participated in the Tokyo Olympics, where the tricolor eventually won the bronze medal.
However, the former Santos Laguna defender was surprisingly dropped from the list, precisely because he was not feeling well mentally and wanted to be with his family.
In this way, experience Gerardo Arteaga In Europe, it would take only three and a half years, despite the fact that when he signed with KRC Genk A five-year contract, his idea being to 'jump' to a better European league in a season or two