Should Vicente back to Levante?
Vicente Rodríguez could return to his origins and reinforce the left wing of Levante UD next season. The player who has spent the last two years at Gustavo Poyet's Brighton has recently ended his contract and his desire not to renew with the British club has opened the possibility of a return to the club that saw him become a player.
Canterano of the granota club, Vicentín, as it was called in its beginnings, captivated the Levantine parish and the Spanish public in general with its first years full of overflow, imagination, speed and dribbling that made him become one of the most coveted promises in Spanish football, which led Levante to put a termination clause 30.000 millions of euros, record of the time for a youth player to avoid that the great teams like Real Madrid and Valencia will take him at a cheap cost.
Although finally, It would be the Valencian club that would get his services after paying six million euros and start an eleven-year career at the Mestalla in which he would go through two well-differentiated stages. A first up 2004 in which he would shine with his own light to the point of winning titles and becoming international and another second marked by injuries (especially on the ankle after a tackle in Bremen). A double path that would take him from being one of the best wingers in the world to a depressed footballer with a constant tendency to occupy the bench who would finally have to emigrate to Anglo-Saxon football to relaunch his career.
Today with 31 years and without equipment, the option to go home is on the table. The response of the fans would be a mystery as well as the performance on the field. Quality has, age is not yet an impediment, or at least it should be. And the adaptation should not be expensive because it is your city.
That I come back seems a matter of hours: do you agree?
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Here that does not return nor dead…
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