ANDThe last name on the list of possible reinforcements for the goal of the Celtic It’s of Matías Dituro. The actual goalkeeper of the Catholic University of Chile – contract ends on December 31st – could live a second stage in Vigo, since He wore the blue team shirt in the 12/11 season – granted by Deportivo Alavés.
Then he disputed 15 games in which he conceded 24 goals; on three occasions he kept a clean sheet, and Celta B ended up descending to Third.At that time he shared a dressing room with Kevin Vázquez, with whom he could meet again in the first team in case of returning to the Vigo club.
Now, at 34 years old, with a decade more of experience behind him, it is one of the options handled by the technical secretariat to reinforce the goal of the first team. Even if Everything indicates that Rubén Blanco will finally be able to avoid going through the operating room, the truth is that the arrival of another goalkeeper seems equally necessary for the celestial ones. They only count, in the first team, with the Olympian Iván Villar and with the aforementioned Rubén Blanco, who accumulates a long history of injuries.
Matías Dituro would have the approval of Eduardo Coudet, and it would raise competition. He has extensive professional experience, since since he left Vigo, The Argentine goal went through various teams from Paraguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile.
With his current club, Universidad Católica -the last champion of the Chilean league-, he has just signed one of the best seasons of his career. Language would not be a problem, and neither would adaptation – taking into account his experience in Europe. What’s more, He has an Italian passport, so he would not occupy a non-EU position.
Both the footballer himself and his agent, Paulo Roberto Da Souza, have recently declared that they are willing to listen to offers. Just a few months ago, the Matías Dituro He commented on TNTSports: “I do not close myself to anything at all. The player’s career is short and one has to listen to everyone,” and added: “I have to find what is best for me, for my family and for the club.” .