Almirón’s bet to replace Damián Pizarro in Colo Colo

Almirón’s bet to replace Damián Pizarro in Colo Colo
Almirón’s bet to replace Damián Pizarro in Colo Colo

The young striker goes to Udinese and the coach of the whites looks at the youth team to find the solution.

By Felipe Pavez Farías

Updated on 05/27/2024 – 16:28 CLT

Updated on 05/27/2024 – 16:28 CLT

© IMAGO/PhotosportDamián Pizarro will play his last game in Colo Colo against Copiapó

Colo Colo faces a complex scenario with the departure of Damian Pizarro. The young forward ends his stay at the Monumental stadium and must go to Udinese.

“Demian”, as his teammates nicknamed him, will play his last game this Sunday against Deportes Copiapó. Which will mean a new headache for Jorge Almirón, since he will now have to look for a new player to comply with the under 21 rule.

The Cacique managed to advance on said item against Deportes Iquique. With the entry of Damián Pizarro and Lucas Soto, 42 more minutes were added respectively. So now the registration is at 825 and there is still the entire second wheel.

The issue is that the forward says goodbye to Deportes Copiapó. Therefore, he would be a starter to add double the minutes and thus get closer to the ANFP requirement of 1890 minutes.

Damián Pizarro’s replacement

The complication that is looming for Jorge Almirón is that the young forward will leave for Udinese. Which will mean losing a piece in attack and also the main card to comply with the under 21 rule.

Daniel Gutiérrez would be in charge of adding minutes for the sub 21 with the departure of Pizarro

Now according to TNT Sports, the trans-Andean coach has an ace up his sleeve and it would be Daniel Gutiérrez. The defender would be the beneficiary and would receive the opportunity in the starting team and in addition to meeting the requirement. It is not even ruled out that he will be a fixture in the Chile Cup match against Colegio Quillón.

 
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