Osasuna announces the signing of Abel Bretones for 2.8 million

Osasuna announces the signing of Abel Bretones for 2.8 million
Osasuna announces the signing of Abel Bretones for 2.8 million

Osasuna announces the signing of Abel Bretones for 2.8 million

Club Atlético Osasuna has reached an agreement with Real Oviedo for the transfer of Abel Bretones. The red-and-white club will pay 2,800,000 euros for the transfer of all the rights of the player, who has signed a contract with the club for the next five seasons. The agreement also includes the playing of a friendly match between the two clubs. The player will have a release clause of 20,000,000 euros in LaLiga EASports and will be presented upon joining the team’s preseason.

Abel Bretones Cruz (August 21, 2000; La Felguera, Asturias) is a Left back with a marked offensive projection, who has in his physical power and his left leg two of his most important weaponsThe footballer joins Osasuna after completing a great campaign at Real Oviedo, with whom he has been on the verge of promotion to the top flight after reaching the playoff final. Last season he was one of the surprises of the second division, playing 42 games after being promoted from the Oviedo reserve team, Vetusta. This last season he has played 44 games between LaLiga Hypermotion and the Copa del Rey.

The story of Abel Bretones is that of a young man who reached professional football less than two years ago, time in which his progress has been unstoppableBefore joining the Real Oviedo team, he had been trained at Alcázar CF and UP Langreo, a team with which he reached the Second B when he was just eighteen years old. After becoming one of the most sought-after footballers in his position on the national scene, he has decided to opt for the Osasuna sports project with the aim of succeeding at El Sadar and helping the team achieve its objectives.

 
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