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Cruz Azul thought of star forwards in the midst of a million-dollar debt with Juan Reynoso

Reynoso currently directs the Peru National Team.

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In the transfer market, Cruz Azul was one of the Mexican soccer teams that generated the most noise. The Cementero team hoped to hire players of the stature of Luis Suárez, Radamel Falcao García and Enner Valencia. But before thinking about bombastic transfers, the club would still have an outstanding debt with its former coach, Juan Reynoso.

The Machine wanted to bring a renowned piece up front, but administratively they still had problems linked to the financial system of the club. A few months ago, the dispute between Cruz Azul and Juan Reynoso for money that, in theory, the club should pay the Peruvian for his services. But currently the problem would persist and the debt continues.

He still has financial issues with the coach who gave them the title and with all the board of directors that was operating in different areas at that time and that to date they have not been able to solve, ”revealed the journalist Ruben Rodríguez in his opinion column.

How much money does Cruz Azul owe?

Since 2022 this case has been ventilated. Juan Reynoso had a salary of $2.6 million dollars a year. However, the club decided to terminate his services. before the end of the contract due to the poor sports performance of the club. In this case, the board of La Máquina would be obliged to pay an amount that is around $1.5 million dollars corresponding to the remaining time of the contract.

This money has not been canceled because, as detailed by the institution months ago, the closing of the contract would have been by mutual agreement. But Juan Reynoso has argued that this outcome would not have been that way and that’s why he would still demand his share of the money.

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