From the Editorial Office

La Jornada paper

Tuesday, February 2, 2021, p. a11

The club América yesterday confirmed the Spanish Álvaro Fidalgo, Real Madrid midfielder and youth team, as the fifth and last support for the Guardianes 2021 tournament.

The Eagles benefited from the non-formed job in Mexico left by Colombian Andrés Ibargüen, who last Sunday was moved to Santos Laguna, to sign the 23-year-old European, who will arrive as a loan with an option to buy from Castellón, from the 2nd Division of Spain.

Fidalgo is the second reinforcement that will come to the Coapa group at the express demand of the existing coach Santiago Solari, who directed him in the 2017-2018 season at Castilla, a subsidiary of Real Madrid.

Delighted and grateful to reach the greatest and winning team in Mexico, the gamer wrote on his main Twitter account, after his arrival at the azulcrema group was made official.

The young guy made his launching at the hand of Solari with Real Madrid in 2018, in a round of 32 match of the Copa del Rey versus Melilla, just when the Indiecito signed up with the white box to replace Julen Lopetegui.

After the departure of the Argentine helmsman, the gamer ran out appearances with the first string of the merengue squad.

Prior to his arrival was made official, Fidalgo had played all the video games (22) of this season with Castellón, with the exception of the meeting last Sunday, in which he stayed on the bench due to the fact that his transfer was currently being worked out.

The first support requested by Solari was the Mexican main Jordan Silva, although Fidalgo is the first whose qualities he knows carefully.

The other reinforcements for this semester, such as the Peruvian Pedro Aquino, Alan Medina and Mauro Lainez, were requested by the former Azulcrema coach Miguel Pio-jo Herrera.