Guido Pizarro close to being 'Tigre’ again
Guido Pizarro will leave Sevilla and today, last market day in Spain seems indicated. There was talk of deals of Genoa and Marseilles apart from his return to Tigers, but in Monterrey, Alejandro Rodriguez confirmed the negotiations are close to curdle. “It is a real possibility”, said the president of Tigers. Pizarro was sold to Sevilla in Spain last summer in order to be important in Europe and have more arguments to continue for Argentina and win the title ahead of World Cup.
But your bet has not gone well, especially after the departure of Eduardo Berizzo, technician who trusted him. Now no longer fit into the plans of Montella and his desire is to return to being a player Tigre, a team where he spent some of his best moments as a footballer. Coach Ricardo Ferretti said Monday that players like Pizarro, are always welcome for quality but also for its human quality. Tigers sold Pizarro 8,7 million and would sign the player on assignment.