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Jhonder Cádiz would head to Mexico

Reports indicate that the Venezuelan forward will play with Club León after the Copa América

The 28-year-old Venezuelan striker, Jhonder Cadiz, would be leaving Portuguese football to return to Latin America after a seven-year stay in international latitudes; where he also played in France and in the United States MLS.

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And the journalist specialized in the transfer market, César Luis Merlo, reported this Friday that the man from Caracas would be the new reinforcement of Club León for the 2024 Apertura Tournament of the MX League.

However, the SoyFiera.com portal highlights that the Venezuelan would have signed an agreement for three seasons. Meanwhile, he would join the team that lives in the state of Guanajuato after completing his participation with the Venezuelan team in the 2024 Copa América, in which he has a goal in two games.

In this way, Jhonder Cádiz; who will turn 29 on July 29, would be culminating his three-campaign cycle with Famaliçao. He scored 28 goals and provided five assists in 80 games. In addition, 15 goals in 30 matches and 2.321 minutes in the completed 2023-24 season of the Portuguese first division.

The same portal points out that Cádiz's desire to play in Mexico would have been key in the negotiation. Well, two European clubs were interested in his pass.

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