The young Spanish center Aday Mara, one of the current great promises of national basketball, has shown his desire to “unilaterally terminate his contract” with Casademont Zaragoza, as confirmed by the Endesa League club on Wednesday.

“The player Aday Mara has informed Basket Zaragoza of his desire to unilaterally terminate his contract with the club, alleging reasons that this entity cannot share,” the Aragonese team said in a statement.

In this sense, according to what ‘Relevo’ reported last April, the player’s wish is to go to the United States to play in the university NCAA, with UCLA as one of the most popular destinations.

Mara, who turned 18 last April, is one of the talents of Spanish basketball and in her first season as a professional she has shone. The U-17 world runner-up with the national team, 2.21 meters tall, has played 22 Endesa League games, averaging 5.3 points and 3.2 rebounds, signing his best game in the 78-79 defeat against Monbus Obradoiro with a PIR of 22 thanks to 15 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals and 3 blocks.

Basket Zaragoza stressed that “from the first day”, and as they do with all their homegrown players, “and in a very special way in the case of Aday”, they have made available to the player all the means available “to develop his complete academic training , sporty and human”.

“We respect his decision in the same way that we understand the contracts must be respected. This has been the case in all the cases of the players trained in our youth academy and, for the good and the defense of the club, we will be forced to adopt the necessary measures so that this is the case. continue to be”, sentenced the entity from Zaragoza.