Carlos Ascues: Orlando City takes over the services of former Alianza Lima | MLS

Carlos Ascues: Orlando City takes over the services of former Alianza Lima | MLS

Carlos Ascues reached an agreement with Orlando City of Major League Soccer and will leave Alianza Lima to head to the United States. It is a news that has surprised many blue and white fans, but the 'Patron' had an exit clause that allowed him to leave if he received an offer from abroad. The national midfielder would travel tonight to the United States to be officially presented tomorrow as a new player of Orlando City. He would have already sent a message with Yoshimar Yotún to explain how the MLS is and, above all, what it means to play for the violet team. YOU CAN SEE: The classic University vs. Alianza Lima already has appointed referee Carlos Ascues is a player of Orlando City. Club of the MLS wanted to have it today but the soccer player before says goodbye to Alianza Lima, the club of his loves. The operation: loan with purchase option. Volante travels tomorrow to the United States. @liberope – José Varela (@theatharis) August 9, 2018 Many gave him as a starter on Saturday against Universitario de Deportes in what will be a new edition of the Peruvian soccer classic, but the truth is that Pablo Bengoehcea will not be able to continue counting on him. In the midfield now will have more chances to continue playing Maximiliano Lemos along with Rinaldo Cruzado, Aldair Fuentes, Tomás Costa and Luis Ramírez. It is a sensitive low for the interests of the intimate set of La Victoria. This is because Carlos Ascues can not only play as a midfielder, but also as an extreme, forward and even central defender. He has done it several times last season and it worked since Alianza Lima was national champion and this year he fights in the top zone. DO NOT MISS IT: Opening Tournament 2018: This is how the standings were after the pending games
It will be the fourth experience outside of Peru for Carlos Ascues. Recall that in the 2012/2013 season came to Benfica to play in the subsidiary that plays in the second division of Portuguese football. Then, in the following season, he moved to Greece to wear the Panetolikos colors of the first division. In 2015 he reached the ranks of Wolfsburg, but a series of injuries made him return to Peruvian football. Good luck, Skipper!

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