Osasuna finalizes the renewal of Chimy Ávila and addresses that of Moncayola
The sports management works on the consolidation of the project
TO failure to make effective the virtual permanence achieved by Osasuna recently, something that could happen this next day, the club is working to fix the wickers of the team. David garcia has been one of the first major players to seal its renewal. The center-back, one of the best in the aerial aspect of all Europe as reflected by his duels overlooked this season, has just signed until 2026. That is, five more seasons in which to continue growing along with the club in which It has been going on for more than half a life: “I have loved the project that is being built and I want to be part of it, to do my part so that this club continues in the First Division for many more years,” said the Navarrese at the press conference held with reason for its renewal.
Ávila, the next
In it, David García was accompanied by the sports director. Braulio Vázquez did not avoid other issues and hinted that the next announcement of similar characteristics will be made shortly and with Chimy Ávila as the protagonist. Despite his two knee injuries, the entity chaired by Luis Sabalza has been working on the renewal of the Argentine for some time. Having just returned to the pitch after 16 months away from the pitch, the agreement between the footballer and Osasuna seems close, as Vázquez has revealed: “It is almost closed but some legal nuance is missing,” he said.
They await a response from Moncayola
Osasuna also works to strengthen his bond with Jon Moncayola. The youth squad, consolidated this season in the starting team, has received up to two offers from the club that, however, have not come to fruition to date: “It is obvious that, due to merit and the possibility of being in the First Division, the club will make the best possible effort. With Moncayola we are going to do exactly the same as with David García. Then, there is already the will of the footballer himself, “explained Vázquez. The Navarrese, who made his debut last season, has a release clause of twelve million euros that Osasuna has no intention of negotiating given the growing interest in the Garinoain midfielder.
They want another loan from Manu Sánchez
The good performance offered by the Atlético de Madrid side, who alternates ownership with Juan Cruz, has caused Osasuna to want to have him for the next season. However, the final decision is for Atlético de Madrid, where he will return after finalizing his assignment made in the last winter market. Osasuna has tested the player who has expressed to the club his willingness to repeat assignment in Pamplona to continue growing if Simeone decides not to have him.
More complicated are the options of having other loans such as Calleri or Budimir. A transfer for the first seems unattainable, although for the second it is not ruled out to negotiate with Mallorca for an amount significantly less than the eight million euros that appear in his purchase option.