Liga MX: Follow the novel!  Federico Viñas is once again absent from Club América training

Things are not going well at all with the issue of Uruguayan striker Federico Viñas at Club América and now this week he was once again absent from training sessions in Coapa, led by Fernando “Tano” Ortiz.

And it is more than obvious that the Argentine technical director does not have him to be part of his starting squad and things continue to worsen with this refusal of the player not to report to the team in search of leaving for the back door.

Federico Viñas was dropped from the squad for the match against the Puebla Strip due to physical discomfort, just when there was talk of a possible departure and against Mazatlán it is expected that he will not appear either

Just as it happened on that first occasion, there is still speculation that in reality there is no discomfort as such or that it has become completely complicated so that he does not continue to appear with the team, but that it is a possible arrangement so that the footballer can reach Pachucaeven when that possibility has been denied by both parties.

And it is that this novel began prior to the Clausura tournament, where it is more than clear that the Uruguayan player does not want to be with the Águilas del América and is only waiting to tie his pass to the Tuzos del Pachuca, a team that needs a forward of his abilities after the departure of Nicolás Ibáñez to Tigres.

Federico Viñas has not been at his best level with Club América and that is a point that the managers are not happy with, which is why he has been relegated as one of the main pillars of the starting lineup by Fernando Ortiz.

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It is expected that in the next few days the case of Viñas in América will be resolved, where it is practically one foot away from leaving Coapa towards La Bella Airosa.

Sports editor in Los Mochis, in charge of the sports agenda of the municipality of Ahome as well as national and international sports such as the Major Leagues, NBA, NFL, Liga MX, Champions League and other international European soccer leagues. He graduated from the Universidad de Occidente Los Mochis campus in Communication Sciences, with a degree in English from the University of Arizona Phoenix campus. He successfully completed the digital sports journalism workshop at the University of Guadalajara. Coverage in the Mexican Pacific League attending the 2019 final between Charros and Yaquis, as well as the Play Offs of the Pacific Coast Basketball Circuit. I was part of the coverage of the NFL Monday Night 2022 in Mexico City, where the San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals played at the Azteca Stadium. I have worked for EL DEBATE for 11 years, seven of which I have worked as a sports editor in the print area. Since the year of 2020, I entered the digital part in the sports portal, where until now I am part as a Web Journalist. Specialist in issues of Liga MX, Liga MX Femenil, Mexican National Team and MLB.

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