The Peruvian national team closed its stage of preparation for the Qualifiers for the World Cup in Qatar 2022 against Colombia. Those led by Ricardo Gareca could not face the 'coffee growers' and ended up falling 1-0 over the end of the 'match'.
And the bad news continues in the 'Bicolor' store: three of the five players who play for Major League Soccer were declared transferable by their respective clubs. They did not finish getting around a good campaign.
Carlos Ascues (Orlando City), Marcos Lopez (San Jose Earthquakes) and Andy Polo (Portland Timbers) are available to be signed by other clubs for the next market that will open in early 2020.
The former Lima Alliance flyer arrived in Orlando City in mid-2018 and in two seasons added 26 games. For its part, the former side-wheel of Sporting Cristal, accumulated 18 matches of which 15 were incumbent. Finally, the former Sports University striker played 48 games in two seasons with Portland Timbers. He is the one who obtained the most regularity.
Peruvian National Team | Price of passes | MLS
According to the information of the pass portal, Transfermarkt, the elements of the 'Blanquirroja' have been assessed as follows:
– Carlos Ascues (Orlando City) – 500 thousand euros (552 thousand dollars).
– Marcos Lopez (San Jose Earthquakes) – 250 thousand euros (276 thousand dollars).
– Andy Polo (Portland Timbers) – 800 thousand euros (884 thousand dollars).
The two players that were not declared transferable by their respective clubs were Raul Ruidiaz (Seattle Sounders) and Alexander Callens (New York City). The 'Flea' was vital for the 'green' cast to be an MLS champion, while the former Sport Boys met an interesting regularity: 25 games, all of them starting.