Paolo Guerrero denies information about the amount in Alianza Lima's proposal

Paolo Guerrero denies information about the amount in Alianza Lima's proposal

The historic goal scorer of the Peruvian national team spoke with a forceful message, in which he also left a message for the Alliance fans

 Paolo Guerrero denies information about the amount proposed by Alianza Lima

Paolo Guerrero played his last official match on October 8, 2021: it was in Peru vs. Chile in Lima. (Photo: AFP)/

Waiting for news about his future, this Friday morning Paolo Guerrero shared a forceful message on social networks to deny information about the alleged amount that Alianza Lima made to him to try to finalize his signing and that he become the great reinforcement.

“This for me is a mockery, a lack of respect, it is not new that these guys are always saying so many false things about me. But this is the last straw and I'm not going to let this go unnoticed (as is what I always do, not express myself in the face of false things) I have to put an end to it because it does create a bad image for me and even more so with the team I love , to which all my family belongs”Guerrero wrote on Instagram Stories, where he shared a video in the same publication in which the program Erick & Gonzalo, from YouTube, claimed that the club “offered” the striker “96 thousand dollars a month”.

In his statement, the 38-year-old athlete who spends his days in Brazil left a message for the fans, in which he advised them not to let themselves be manipulated.

 Paolo Guerrero denies information about the amount proposed by Alianza Lima

Paolo Guerrero's publication on Instagram.

“I can only tell the blue and white fan not to get carried away or manipulated by these types of people, that all they do is speak ill of me. I already have them identified, these guys are paid to harm me, to harm me. Anyone who watches football knows that they only say negative things about me, they have never said positive things”, he pointed out.

Guerrero insisted on deny that information and regretted the treatment by the Peruvian sports press. “It's a shame that in my country the press treats me that way, I know it's not all of them, but there are several who are being paid to harm me (plot). I hope and tell you again not to let yourself be manipulated by these people. Everything they say is totally false. Sad, but true”, he pointed out.

Three days ago, José Bellina, sports manager of Alianza Lima, responded on Radio Ovación that “we are waiting”, in relation to a proposal made to Paolo Guerrero to be a new signing. That was the last official statement from the institution.