Fran Sol, the killer whom Cordero tries to convince

The goal is paid and Tenerife seems willing to make a great effort to sign the striker who is missing. Number one on Juan Carlos Cordero's list of candidates is Francisco Sol Ortíz (Madrid, 1992), who is playing in Ukraine. The main drawback, as almost always, is the economic one and the bid for the footballer by the Girona, whom he has in his sights as a substitute for Stuani if ​​he ends up going.

According to the SER channel, it is a difficult mission for the Blue and White sports management, but not impossible. The Cordero negotiations are already underway to try to convince the east 28-year-old striker who emerged in the Real Madrid quarry and now plays for Dinamo Kiev. He has been out of the country for years and intends to return. A assignment with purchase option in case of promotion It is the one that is shuffled to be able to specify this complicated operation.

Fran Sol has been runner-up in the Ukrainian tournament and Cup and Super Cup champion. He has lost prominence in the team, in which has participated in just 16 games in a year and a half, scoring three goals. The idea of ​​the Ukrainian team is to recover the investment they made at the time, when they paid 3.5 million to the Dutch Willem II for his signing.

Both Tenerife and Girona have set their eyes on the same footballer. The tough competition of the blue and white It will be even greater if the Catalans are left without their top scorer: Christian Stuani. Other First Clubs such as Celta or Valladolid also take him into consideration.

It is about a scorer who after training in Valdebebas began to try his luck in different teams such as Lugo, Oviedo, Villarreal B until the Dutch Willem II ended up exploding, scoring 39 goals in 79 games, which allowed him to make the jump to Dynamo Kiev.

Tenerife's commitment to repatriate him is on track, although the negotiations will be long. The power of conviction of Juan Carlos Cordero will be decisive so that Fran Fernández has that 'killer' that makes a difference.