Berterame has attracted the attention of several Liga MX clubs and he could be on his way to a new club. The Argentine has been a key player for Atletico San Luis. However, he is also a dreamer and dreams of playing in Europe. Depending on his future plans, he could end up playing for Monterrey or even in America.
Argentine striker German Berterame is wanted by several Liga MX clubs
The Argentine striker German Berterame has been linked with several Liga MX clubs after his contract with Atletico de San Luis expired. The Argentine has had spells at Chivas and Aguilas del America. Reports in the Mexican media suggest that Club America is interested in signing him. According to the report, the Mexican giants are ready to pay six million dollars for Berterame’s card. It is unclear if Atletico will sell the striker for that much.
German Berterame is a right-footed professional football player from Cordoba, Argentina. He has played in Liga MX for San Luis and has scored 31 goals in three seasons with the club. Several Liga MX clubs have also expressed an interest in the Argentine, and several of them have placed bids for his signature.
He has been a key player for Atletico de San Luis
Berterame San Luis has been credited with scoring many goals for Atletico de San Luis in recent years. However, the striker has recently been linked with a move to another club. The Spanish giants acquired the striker from US side Saint Louis in order to prevent him from leaving for free. This move was seen as a way to help the youngster progress his career.
Berterame San Luis has been one of the most consistent players in Liga MX this season. Despite a poor defensive record and inconsistent midfield play, the German has contributed immensely to his team. Berterame has scored seven goals this season and has five in his last five league games. In addition, he has three assists to his name, which puts him ahead of other players in the league.
He dreams of playing in Europe
In the coming season, the rojiblancos are hoping to take advantage of the German Berterame’s contract and break into the European scene. Although the America club has a poor start to the season, they have risen from a bottom-half position to a contender for one of the four positions. While the team is lacking in experience, the German is a proven goal scorer.
As a professional footballer, German Berterame is eager to play in Europe. The right-footed Argentine has played in the Liga MX for San Luis, the Copa de la Superliga, and the Liga Profesional de Futbol. He currently plays as a Forward for Monterrey. His FIFA ranking is 64 out of 99, making him a Competent-level player.
He could move to America or Monterrey
The German striker is on the radar of a few Liga MX clubs. Aside from Atletico de Madrid, which owns the team, Rayados de Monterrey are also interested in the 23-year-old. The German has expressed his desire to pursue a career in Europe but has not yet committed. According to reports, he will spend preseason with Atletico de Madrid. It will be up to Diego Simeon to decide on Berterame’s future. However, the striker may not be limited to playing for Atletico de Madrid as he also wants to play for Monterrey or America.
The team took some time to get going last season. However, once Andre Jardine was brought in as manager, the club earned some surprising results in Liga MX and even made the playoffs. Despite the unexpected success, the club is still uncertain about the future of star striker German Berterame, who reportedly left the club in recent weeks.
Atletico San Luis is about to make its first million-dollar sale
Atletico Madrid has confirmed it is investing in Liga MX club Atletico San Luis, but the deal is subject to Mexican authorities’ approval. Atletico’s chief executive, Miguel Angel Marin, recently traveled to San Luis Potsi, where he met with club executives. On Wednesday, the owners attended the club’s Champions League game against Bayer Leverkusen.
The deal would see minority shareholders keep three percent of the club, but would include the billionaire Idan Ofer and his investment group. The new group plans to add 15 percent to Atletico’s ownership. The move comes amid renewed financial pressure at the club, which has relocated to a new arena after nine years at Vicente Calderon.
The new owners also intend to change the name of the team. This means a new look for the team’s logo and colors. The club has already warned players and staff that preseason will be postponed. The players were supposed to return to practice on June 7th, but the delay means that preseason has been pushed back another week. All club employees have also been called into a meeting to discuss the situation.