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Millonarios Libertadores: Millionaires are preparing: Fluminense signs top scorer in the Colombian League | sports

by archysport

Fluminense announced this Thursday the two-year hiring of Argentine striker Germán Ezequiel Cano, who was the scorer in the last two seasons of the Vasco da Gama, his backyard rival in Rio de Janeiro.

The tricolor of Rio de Janeiro reported in a messageand in his social networks that the Argentine forward 34-year-old landed in Brazil at dawn this Thursday; He signed a contract in the morning that binds him with the club until December 2023 and did his first training session in the afternoon.

Cano, who was with his family in Buenos Aires since he resigned with Vasco da Gama last December and had to delay his return to Brazil for having contracted covid, is one of the main hiring of Fluminense to reinforce itself for the Copa Libertadores, a tournament in which Millonarios will be measured in the first phase.

Precisely in the Colombian League, Germán Ezequiel Cano became the championship scorer in the 2019 Finalization Tournament, as well as in the 2019 Colombia Cup and managed to reach be the historical scorer of Independiente Medellín with 129 goals.

“I am very happy to arrive at a club like Fluminense, one of the greats in Brazil and around the world. I hope to achieve very important things this year and live up to expectations,” said the aforementioned Argentine. in a statement from the Rio de Janeiro group.

“Disputing the Libertadores with this shirt is something special. This is a very different tournament from the others and we have to be very well prepared to achieve great goals, “he added.

Before coming to Brazilian football, the Argentine stood out in Colombia with 35 goals scored in 39 games who played as a player for Independiente Medellín in 2019.

The forward, who started his career at Lanús, with whom he was Argentine champion in 2007, scored 43 goals in his two seasons at Vasco da Gama.

The Rio de Janeiro team wanted to keep the Argentine in their team but gave up on extending the contract after failing in their attempt to return to the first division of the Brazilian Championship.

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