UC hopes to return to the forefront of national soccer during this second semester.
The winter transfer market has had little movement in national football, however, it is expected that with the passing of days the movements will begin with the start of the Chile Cup, National Tournament and the South American Cup, in the case of the Catholic University.
The Crusaders had a difficult first semester, andbecause they were eliminated from the Copa Libertadores and now they will have a tough rival like Sao Paulo for the South American, while, in the National Tournament, they went from dreaming of a historic five-time championship to the reality that places them 10th with 19 units, ten points behind leaders Colo Colo, Ñublense and Unión Española.
For this, Ariel Holan began to clean up La Franja and there are several players who could leave San Carlos de Apoquindo in this winter window, while others wait to sign their return to the cross shop.
One who is already training with the foothills is Daniel Gonzalez, the former Santiago Wanderers player arrives at UC with the aim of giving defensive balance to a cast that did not have a good time during this first semester, receiving 24 goals in the fifteen matches for the local championship.
We invite you below to find out which players arrive, which ones leave and who could reach the foothills cast.
Reinforcements U Católica: Ups, downs and who sound in the Crusaders
High: UC confirmed the arrival of the defender from Santiago Wanderers, Daniel Gonzalez.
Low: The Crusaders have made several news this winter market due to the casualties in their squad. The first player to emigrate was Sebastian Galaniwho returned to Coquimbo Unitedhe was followedCesar Munder to Cobresal. In addition, others could be added such as, Bruno Barticciotto, Lucas Melano and Jamil Asad.
Also, one that could come out again, would be Matias Dituro. The goalkeeper who has just played for Celta de Vigo is wanted by Vélez Sarsfield from Argentina.
rumors: The name of Cesar Pinares, has been back in the limelight at UC.The former Colo Colo midfielder could return to the crossed store, along with another former UC, Mauricio Isla.
Other names that sound at UC are Gary Kagelmacher, a 34-year-old Uruguayan defender who coincided with Ariel Holan in Mexico.