The Greek AEK sets its eyes on Luis Pérez

first_imgIn the article of Sportime, it is guaranteed that the sporting director of the Hellenic team, Ilija Ivic, He will come to see the side in situ as soon as the competition resumes and that he is a serious candidate to reinforce AEK’s defense, noting that Luis Pérez’s profile is liked very much for his great performance and because he would be free.Lor it is true that the utrerano has been one of the most fit footballers in the island team and he has only been absent two games being a fixture for López Garai and Rubén Baraja. Last week, his agent explained in the media that in the future of the player “sports” will prevail since the idea is to play in the First Division, although the Tenerfie will always be an option. He even admitted that if the club offered him the renewal last summer, they would have accepted him “in five minutes.”AEK is one of the historical figures of soccer in Greece. Even the stoppage of activity by the Coronavirus was in third position. In their ranks there are other right backs, but none would continue: Bakakis (Greek international) has offers from abroad, Paulinho wants to terminate the contract and Vasilantonopoulos is loaned out in the Polish Gornik Zabrze and does not finish convincing. The footballer, meanwhile, gave his version on social networks: “It is a pride and an incentive to continue working and for large teams to notice and ask about me, but my only signed contract is with the team that has been defending Tenerife for 3 seasons”, Public on Twitter. The good season of Luis Pérez has crossed borders. As reported by the newspaper Sportime, the AEK of Athens He is interested in having the services of the Tenerife right-back, who ends his contract on June 30. This news became the cover of the sports supplement.last_img read more

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