Finally, the striker’s fate Michael Rangel would not be in America de Cali for next season. According to what has been known, the footballer would have to return to Junior from Barranquilla, squad that owns their sports rights.
However, the ‘shark’ table would be analyzing the possibility of not having the player facing the restart of football, therefore, it is evaluating options to define its future. On this, it was known that a Brazilian club would be interested in having Rangel.
Its about Atletico Mineiro, squad you see in Rangel a great option to strengthen your offensive front. However, it is not certain that the attacker will reach the Brazilian cast, as this club still owes Junior money for the signing of Yimmi Chará.
Being like this, Junior would be willing to give it up if the Miner pay close to $ 6 million which is still owed by Chará. So, Rangel It would go on loan and not for sale.
Junior is attentive to any changes in plans in the regulations of the Dimayor prior to the return of the league, in order to know if he will be able to use Rangel, or if he will have to negotiate his departure from the institution.