Hectic days in the offices of Montilivi. The need for release some players (Last Tuesday the transfer of Borja García to the Huesca) is what occupies the most time of the sports management of Girona, but Quique Jail he is attentive to any opportunity that the market offers him. And the last footballer to join the list of possible signings is Francisco Varela. The Girona entity is following him closely and he likes it. Of course, for your arrival before the loss of Mojica should take place. The Colombian has offers to go out and in case of materialization, Varela could replace him.

What is clear is that for produce high in Girona, before they must leave players And what has been transmitted to Varela in the contacts that the Girona club has had with its representatives is that so that he can wear rojiblanco, Mojica must come out. And his goodbye is not entirely clear. The Colombian is exercising at a good pace under the orders of Francisco Rodríguez and the technician is happy with it. If Mojica does not come out, the left back position is covered because this summer Enric Franquesa has been signed. What is clear is that the market ends on October 5 and, for now, there is room for maneuver in case of departures. Although the sports management of Girona does not want any movement to surprise you and hence Varela is on the list of left-handed backs in Jail.

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Varela has shown a great predisposition to return to play in Spain and something that benefits him is that I would sign free from Os Belenenses. Of course, Girona is not the only club that follows him because Rayo Vallecano, Las Palmas and Cartagena have also contacted him. He is a young left-back, he is 25 years old, with experience both in First (he played 14 games with Betis in the 2015-16 season) and in Second. In the silver category of Spanish soccer he played 71 games after passing through Betis, Oviedo and Rayo Majadahonda.

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