Jorge Sánchez avoids America in presentation with Cruz Azul

Jorge Sánchez avoids America in presentation with Cruz Azul
Jorge Sánchez avoids America in presentation with Cruz Azul

The 26-year-old defender stressed that the blue club is one of the “greats of Mexico” and does not want to touch the past

Jorge Sanchez was presented as a reinforcement of Blue Cross and the footballer who emerged at Santos avoided talking about his past with América, putting his pleasure at returning from Europe to “one of the big clubs in Mexico” first.

“It’s clear; I come to Blue Cross to give my best, to think about myself, about my teammates. I don’t want to touch the past; what was is already gone. Yes, I am grateful for what I experienced in Americawhere I had very positive experiences, as well as in Santos, Ajax, and Porto.”

“My only wish is to win titles and show people that we can put our team on a high level.” Blue Cross as it has always been,” he said. Jorge Sancheznew number ‘2’ of the ‘Machine’.

He highlighted Jorge Sanchez that comes to Blue Cross because “the third time is the charm”, as he said that the club had already sought him out on two previous occasions; he even said that in January he had three talks with the board and he really liked coach Martin Anselmi’s project for giving short-term results. He also described the Argentine coach’s first tournament at the helm of the ‘Máquina’ as “great”, playing the final of the Clausura 2024.

The defender added that he is joining one of the biggest clubs in Mexico and hopes to bring all the experience he has gained “in the big leagues” to a stage in Europe that has not left him completely satisfied. “Going to Europe was not what I expected, but I don’t regret it.”

He then praised the Celeste fans. He said that he has spoken with members of the institution and they have told him that the fans are very loyal and demanding, but always supportive.

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