The future of Jordhy Thompson, now away from Colo Colo, began to take shape this week, after revealing the name of the teams where the man trained in the Cacique could continue his professional career after being charged in court with the crimes of frustrated femicide, injuries and contempt. to a restraining order from his partner, who a few weeks ago reported him for a new episode of gender violence against him.
The white youth, whose defense lawyer managed to modify his preventive detention to house arrest while the judicial investigation of his case of assault on a woman lasts, is experiencing key hours this week in his imminent separation from Colo Colo, a club that, according to reports latercera.com would define his departure from Macul between today and the next few days.
Thompson’s future outside of Colo Colo
In that scenario, and as confirmed this day by Deportes13.cl, the name of the clubs where Thompson would go would already be defined, considering that in the concessionaire “the intention is clear” regarding the white player continuing to be part of the institution’s assets.
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“The intention of the club, whose part of the board does not agree to terminate his contract, is to send him on loan to a First B club and far from Santiago to avoid a new rapprochement with his ex-partner,” points out the national media.
In this way, and taking into account that ByN’s final decision is to continue with the player’s ownership, his destiny next year will be in “Deportes Iquique and Deportes Antofagasta, two clubs that are fighting for the option of going up to the First Division, while the third card would be Curicó Unidos, a team that is very close to completing its relegation.”
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If an agreement is reached with these three institutions, the sports portal points out, Thompson will be loaned to one of those clubs, which should only “take charge of 70% of his salary”, and that is close to two million pesos.