Flabian Londono Bedoya leaves Tigre and returns to River

Flabian Londono Bedoya leaves Tigre and returns to River
Flabian Londono Bedoya leaves Tigre and returns to River

After not performing as expected in Victoria, the forward would return to Millonario awaiting a resolution regarding his future.

By Pablo Noya

08/07/2024 – 20:17hs ART

© Tigre PressLondoño Bedoya leaves Tigre.

While River is negotiating with several names and awaits some departures in the coming days, it will receive the return of a player it did not expect since Flabian Londono Bedoya will not continue in Tigre and he will have to return to Millonario while waiting to find out what will become of his future.

Knowing that Sebastián Domínguez will not take him into account for the second part of the 2024 Professional Leaguethe 24-year-old striker is set to break his contract with Tigre and in this way it will return River in the coming days. However, Demichelis will not take this into account.

Londoño is leaving Tigre.

With this return, both the player’s environment and River They would start campaigning to find him a new team to which he can go on loan. Another alternative is that Flabián Londoño terminates his contract with the club to look for a new destination as a free agent.

As it became known in the last few hours, Londoño Bedoya has reportedly sparked the interest of a Colombian team to take him in this same transfer market. However, as of yet there is no concrete proposal on the table.

Londoño hasn’t scored a goal for a long time.

Flabian Londoño’s time at Tigre

With thirteen games played since he joined the team Victoriadespite having played only 374 minutes, The Colombian striker was not taken into account and did not score any goals during his entire loan.. A poor performance that extends from his time at Arsenal where he played 30 games and only scored two goals.

 
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