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Arango says "goodbye" to Germany

Arango says "goodbye" to Germany

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on May 08, 2014

Juan Arango might terminate his european career this saturday. After a decade in Europe, the contract of the midfielder of 33 years old is due to expire with Borussia Monchengladbach this june 30 and, after months of doubts and rumours, the venezuelan said that he will do his bags to go to a new destination.

"I am not going to play with Borussia team next season", said Arango, according to the german website Rheinische Post.

Arango said to the Bild Journal that "the Gladbach offer me an one year extension of my contract, but I feel that does mean that I am not going to be considered to the future games. That is a real shame because I do like the German Bundesliga and Borussia. I would have like to stay here".

Despite the words of the venezuelan soccer player, the german club is open to make a new agreement.

"We have talked with him, but we did not have any results. We agreed to have new conversations next week", said Max Eberl, the sports director of the Monchengladbach. On other hand, Lucien Favre, said to a radio that "He (Arango) will have 34 years very soon, we all get old, but we are talking with him. We will see".

In Tijuana, Mexico everything is set to receive the venezuelan soccer player at the Xolos team, directed by César Farías. 

 

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