Racing accepted Al Wasl’s offer and Chancalay is already flying to the United Arab Emirates

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Racing accepted Al Wasl's offer and Chancalay is already flying to the United Arab Emirates

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After repeated expulsions, the management got rid of Tomas Chancalay. Photo: AFP

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The red card against San Lorenzo, which resulted from that disqualified blow to Agustín Giay, was Tomás Chancalay’s last image in Racing. The 23-year-old Entre Ríos midfielder left for Dubai on Wednesday to join Juan Antonio Pizzi’s Al Wasl. And behind him he left a locker room that had targeted him for the series of red cards and an angry fan for his behavior that asked for his departure.

The UAE club will pay $ 1,500,000 gross for the attacker’s loan. The purchase option is valued at 3,700,000. A round deal for the Academywho bought him 50% of the pass for $ 1,250,000 and wanted to get rid of the footballer.

Chancalay, who played 80 games and scored 17 goals with the black and white shirt, was sent off against Godoy Cruz. As it was thrown back in the classic with the Cyclone, the Disciplinary Court granted him three suspension dates. Therefore, he could not have played on Saturday against Argentinos Juniors in Avellaneda. In any case, the player was not in training today. Very soon he flew to the United Arab Emirates.

A week ago, on the way back to train, campus contacts had been hard on Chancalaywho apologized. Fernando Gago expressed himself in the same sense. The coach was also angry because he decided to enter the duel with San Lorenzo at half-time – replacing Matías Rojas – and after 12 minutes he was sent off by Fernando Espinoza at the request of the VAR.

Pizzi, who had asked Chancalay when he arrived at Racing, will again direct the player. He had arrived in February 2021 on loan, had returned to Santa Fe for a week to participate in the preseason and had returned to the Cylinder when President Víctor Blanco executed the 50% option that he had agreed with the leaders. sabaleros.

Source: Clarin

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