TIJUANA, BC. – According to a report by Goal.com, the Columbian forward, Duvier Riascos, from the team Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente. He is currently in Mexico City in negotiations with directives of VfB Stuttgart of Germany.
Riascos traveled to the Federal District on Sunday, and has not been present in any of the training sessions that were held on Tuesday and Wednesday.
His absence has not been just out of joy, but instead to go and meet with important people who will facilitate his transition into the German league (Bundesliga).
Riascos previously declared his excitement to play in the Copa Libertadores de America 2013 tournament with Xolos, but now with the offer from this German team for the chance to play in the UEFA Europa League against a team like Genk from Belgium, that’s a tough opportunity to let go.
His participation in this team would almost guarantee him as a starter, being that at this moment the offense of Stuttgar is having some difficulties, and at the moment the team is also looking to have a good position in the Europa League and in the Bundesliga.
The interest in Riascos was already officially mentioned to the players of this German team, whose sport director Fredi Bobic said, “He is an interesting player because he is totally different on offense than what we have now; I think it will work and I hope in a day or two to provide more information.”
There are only a few hours left now until new details of what the transition of the best player from Xolos will be like.
Club Xoloitzcuintles from Tijauana is most likely already looking for his replacement to reinforce the offense for the Copa Libertadores de America 2013 tournament.