Celta de Vigo continues to plan next season in LaLiga Santander. With the blue box installed in the upper half of the table, the sports management combs the market to look for signings that improve the squad. There have been several names: from Luis Abram to Franco Cervi, express request of Eduardo Coudet, to Rafael Santos Borré or Joselu Mato, with Renato Tapia as the player who arouses the most interest in the great teams of Europe. In the case of the Deportivo Alavés striker, there are three fundamental reasons why his signing would be positive for the Olívico club. Next, we review them:
1. Joselu would fit the profile that Celta is looking for:
Deyverson and Joselu celebrate an Alavés goal (Photo: LaLiga).
The signing of Joselu Mato by Celta would enter into a series of variables that Celta is looking for: LaLiga and international experience, low cost and community. It would not occupy a foreigner’s file and its adaptation, on paper, would be quick. Felipe Miñambres is waiting attentively in case Alavés consummates the descent. The sports and institutional situation of the babazorro club is complicated and, if the loss of the category is consummated, its purchase would be easier. He has a contract until 2022 and would enter his last year of contract.
2. Joselu Mato, an expert in passing game:
Joselu Mato is, without half measures, the best LaLiga Santander player in the air gameor. In this facet Celta does not lavish himself, and it would be a signing that would give more versatility in front of the celestial attack. It would bring something different up front.
3. Lucas Pérez, the “Iago Aspas” of Alavés for Joselu
Joselu celebrates his goal with Lucas Pérez.
The forward is used to playing in a double end. In fact, he has shared the scene with a footballer like Lucas Pérez, who, saving the distance, has a profile similar to that of Iago Aspas. In this sense, his fit with Moaña’s forward, a priori, would be easy to imagine.
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