Junior de Barranquilla Welcomes New Reinforcements for Second Half of 2024 Season

Junior de Barranquilla Welcomes New Reinforcements for Second Half of 2024 Season

The first reinforcements of Junior de Barranquilla have arrived for the second half of 2024 – in which they will play the round of 16 of the Copa Libertadores against Colo Colo. Andrés Colorado, Yani Quintero and Jhon Lerma, who were already in the city a few days ago, were made official as the new hires of the team led by Arturo Reyes. Jhon Lerma would be the next to be announced.

First of all, Junior announced Andrés Colorado, from Necaxa in Mexico. The 25-year-old midfielder returns to Colombian football, in which he showed great performance with Deportivo Cali between 2019 and 2021. “Unfortunately, these six months I did not have the continuity that I wanted, not because of me, but because of the coach I had previously. Now I hope to reach Junior and meet the expectations that the club and the teacher have for me,” said the player upon his arrival in Barranquilla.

Subsequently, the Barranquilla club’s In particular, it is a bet on the future.

The third – and last – to be made official was Jhon Lerma. The 21-year-old full-back was chosen to cover the loss of Walmer Pacheco, who did not renew with the Barranquilla club. He will compete for the position on the right wing with Edwin Herrera.

In addition to playing in the round of 16 of the Libertadores, Junior will seek to improve his performance in the BetPlay League – he was eliminated on the last round of home runs after losing to Millonarios. Alfredo Morelos, Santos forward, would have aroused the club’s interest in recent days.

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2024-06-15 01:49:16
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