The League 1 team wants to make Paolo Guerrero their

The League 1 team wants to make Paolo Guerrero their brand new reinforcement for 2024

Paolo Guerrero He is currently without a team after leaving LDU Quito a few weeks ago. After becoming a free agent, the captain of the Peruvian team was linked to Alianza Lima to become a possible reinforcement for the new season. However, within the team they ruled out this possibility, arguing that the “Predator” was not included in the club's plans.

Amid this panorama, it was announced that a team in the first division is studying the possibility of having Paolo Guerrero in its ranks. It's about the club Cesar Vallejo from Trujillo, who wants to sign the Peruvian team's top scorer. The information was published by RPP.

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What is known about César Vallejo's interest in Paolo Guerrero?

According to the above-mentioned media, in the last few hours the team of poets has shown interest in the “Predator” and has made contact with the striker's entourage to confirm whether this signing is feasible.

The League 1 team wants to make Paolo Guerrero theirPaolo Guerrero became LigaPro and Copa Sudamericana champions with LDU Quito. Photo: LDU

In this way, the team led by Roberto Mosquera, which achieved qualification places for the 2024 Copa Sudamericana this season, wants to add more names before the start of the championship.

What new signings has César Vallejo made for 2024?

In 2024, César Vallejo is serious about his goal of fighting for the national title. The poetry team has raised high expectations after signing footballers from Alianza Lima and Universitario at this summer market.

The latest of these signings has been announced Christian Benaventewho will join the poet team until 2025. More of the brand new reinforcements were Josepmir Ballón, José Carvallo, Nilson Loyola and Alec Deneumostier.

What did Paolo Guerrero say about his frustrated signing with Alianza Lima?

In a recent interview, the striker said that a few years ago he was close to playing in Peru for the first time, for the team he is a fan of: Alianza Lima. However, the 'Predator' said he refused to sign for the intimate team to avoid questions from fans as he was recovering from an injury at the time.