The first wheel of Prime B ended and left Magellan as “winter champion”, but it also marked the opening of the transfer market. In this direction, Iquique Sports I present Matias Blazquez as a new defender.
The ‘Celestial Dragons’ had an uneven first half and suffered a heavy loss to Barnecheaso the central defender returns to the Tarapacá area to contribute to José Miguel Cantillana’s last line.
Through their social networks, the “Crusaders” announced the hiring of Daniel Gonzálezwho arrived from The wanderers of Santiago in San Carlos de Apoquindo for three years and will be part of Ariel Holan’s squad for the second round of the National Championship.
In this way, the porteños will have to move quickly to find González’s replacement, because they don’t have much time or room for error. The loss to Deportes Santa Cruz made Miguel Ponce’s team very complicated with the relegation zone at Second Division.
Although González is gone, Santiago Wanderers have already added two reinforcements for the second half. They are the midfielder Jaime Valdés and the historical striker formed in the “Caturros” Carlos Munoz.
For its part, Jorge Aravena has already informed Deportes Temuco management of the need to hire a creative midfielder and a defenderbecause injuries have affected the “Pije” team a lot.
As, Cobreloa he is not having his best economic moment and the same coach Emiliano Astorga admitted there was no money to add more players to the squadwhat he regretted as he sought promotion Premier League.
For its part, Sports Puerto Montt announced the return of Paul Soto. The 27-year-old striker will return to the “Dauphins” after a year of inactivity.
While San Luis de Quillota formalizes its second reinforcement. Meet the 21-year-old defender Louis-Philippe Robleswho comes from Union La Calera on loan until the end of 2022. The former cement worker joins the striker born in the Santiago Wanderers youth team Kennan Sepulveda like the new “Canaries” reinforcements.
It must be remembered that each First B club has the possibility of signing three players for the second roundcoaches must therefore clearly define the positions they wish to strengthen in order to achieve their respective objectives.
This is how the Primera B teams got stronger
- Signed: Matías Blázquez (Santiago Morning), Ramón Fernández (Atlanta, Argentina)
Sports Santa Cruz
Sports Puerto Montt
- Added: Pablo Soto (free)
- Signed: Pablo Leal (Deportes Valdivia), Santiago Camacho (Students from Caseros, Argentina)
San Luis de Quillota
- Added: Luis Felipe Robles, Kennan Sepulveda
Morning of Santiago
The wanderers of Santiago
- Added: Jaime Valdes, Carlos Muñoz
- Departure: Daniel González (U. Católica)
Union San Felipe
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