America reportedly eyeing footballer Luis Chávez


América is still looking for reinforcements for the Apertura 2021 and, now, has its eyes set on Pachuca player Luis Chávez, who scored for the Águilas during the Liguilla of the Guardianes 2021. According to what was published by TUDN, América's board of directors approached the Tuzos to ask about Luis Chávez and his price, as well as their willingness to negotiate, so he could join the Coapa team.

The 25-year-old midfielder Luis Chávez played in 15 games with Pachuca and scored a goal against Toluca on Day 11. He totaled 1086 minutes. América is missing Chucho López due to injury and Emilio Sánchez is leaving the team, so Santiago Solari is looking for a way to reinforce the midfield with Luis Chávez.

A few days ago, the Coapa team exercised the option to purchase Álvaro Fidalgo, a player who performed well during the last tournament. With this, the Coapa team is already reinforcing its squad for the start of the next tournament, which will begin at the end of July.

By Mexicanist