Here’s what Alexis Vega thinks of Victor Guzman and Daniel Rios arrivals: A warning to rivals

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The striker from Rebaño is holding nothing back about the new project that is set to usher in a new era for the most important team in Mexico.

© @ChivasThis is what Alexis Vega thinks about the arrival of Victor Guzman and Daniel Rios: He warns his rivals

Alexis Vega has no other purpose at the moment than to think about the future of Chivas de Guadalajara. Those preparing for the Clausura 2023 have built a more competitive squad with the arrivals of Victor Guzman and Daniel Rios. New coaching staff with the decision to give the team’s playing spots to Fernando Hierro.

The attacker from Rebano Sagrado is clear that his future in European football will come in timeFor this reason, he promised to focus on his arrival at Rojiblanca this Friday. Central Mexico will play the Sky Cup title game against Cruz Azul at Akron Stadium at 8:00 PM ET.

Gru didn’t return to action last Tuesday, 14 minutes into the Clasico Tabatio against Chivas There they beat Atlas by a narrow margin, hoping to regain his best form as soon as possible to contribute to his talent. This final against La Maquina and a visit to Monterrey on January 7 in Matchday 1 of the Clausura 2023.

Alexis Vega admires the autographs of Victor Guzman and Daniel Rios

Vega feels that Guadalajara is doing enough from a managerial point of view, The hiring of Guzmán and Ríos to fight for Liga MX’s top positions qualifies them as an important initiative that will deliver the expected results from the most important club in Mexico: “The team is good and with the arrival of ‘Bocho’ (Victor Guzman) and (Daniel) Rios, it will be a good complement to build a competitive team.A team that presses, bites the opponent and proposes the game”.

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“In the organization we are in, we know everything at stake, and I am no longer a novice, I have experience, matches in the first divisionBut if I don’t win a trophy with Chivas, I don’t think any of it is worth it, so I’ve always kept that in mind since I arrived.”, Vega explained in an interview with TUDN.

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