Staff of Leganés, a Spanish soccer team, will look for talent in Mexico to take it to the Iberian country
Leganés, the club he directed Javier ‘Vasco’ Aguirre In his latest adventure for LaLiga, he is in Mexico with a team of viewers to attract talent, create a database and then send the best prospects to a test with the cucumber team.
Through a press release, the Spanish team, which experienced the decline in the 2019-20 campaign and which today is part of the Spanish Second Division, shared the process, as well as the cities in which it was already present.
“The club has visited Mexico City, Pachuca, Toluca, Veracruz, Celaya, Chiapas and Quintana Roo through four technicians, teaching the club’s methodology and working with academies and universities.”The text reads.
Similarly, they reported that the age of the items they have seen is 15 to 23 years old. All logistics are carried out by its International Department, headed by Josele González, who has joined professional teams in the country.
“Josele González has participated in meetings with professional clubs and with coaches who want to implement their programs in future CD Leganés academies in the country, as well as carry out campuses or other activities in which the Leganés brand is present “they added.
Leganés was led by Javier Aguirre, today Monterrey’s technical director, during the 2019-20 season; however, the ‘Vasco’ lost the category on the last day. Despite everything, the Mexican helmsman won the love of the cucumber fans.