The Mexican league resumes on July 24, after five months of inactivity due to the coronavirus pandemic. The teams are beginning to think about a passing market that would not present much movement but that will be key to reinforce itself in the best way.
According to Mexican website Bolavip.com, Santos Laguna are already trying to take advantage of the situation as they’ve already show interest in signing Ghanaian midfielder Clifford Aboagye.
Clifford Aboagye whose loan deal at Querétaro FC expires on June 30 has no plans of extending his loan deal at the club.
The 25 year old is expected to return to his parent club, Atlas where he has a contract till December 2022 when his loan deal at Querétaro ends at the end of the month.
In recent weeks, Atlas have shown interest in Santos Langua midfielder Diego Valdés, and with recent reports claiming Santos have shown interest in Aboagye, a swap deal could be on the cards. However, Clifford Aboagye has a clause of around $4m.
Clifford has done “fairly okay” since moving to Mexico from Granada, Spain. The 2013 U-20 World Cup star scored three goals and provided six assists in 71 games for Atlas, before he was sent on loan to Querétaro FC, where he has scored a goal in 33 matches.