Huesca prepares a generational change

The Huesca He wants to ventilate his locker room and will open the exit door to veteran players who have not met expectations this year. Mikel Rico’s departure was the first, but more casualties are expected. Pedro Mosquera is another of the veterans whose contract ends and the club so far has not presented him with a renewal offer. The two midfielders will not be the only historical casualties in the club, since the continuity of Juan Carlos the Blacksmith.

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The two Galicians have hardly had minutes in this second round. Juan Carlos renewed his contract last August for two seasons, but his contribution during this course has been minimal and he has only played in six games as a starter. by his side, Ferreiro has suffered muscle problems and in the entire second round he has played two opening matches. Some numbers very far from those that make him a legend of the Huesca and that the sports management must evaluate, since he still has one more year.

Of the players who have played the most games at the club, only Jorge Pulido counts in Huesca’s future plans. The captain will be a key piece next season and has the possibility of extending his stay in Huesca until 2025. Another of the illustrious veterans is Andrés Fernández. The Murcian goalkeeper has been the best player of the Alto Aragonese team this season, with 17 unbeaten goals. The 35-year-old goalkeeper also has a contract in the 22-23 season, but his salary has to fit into the Huesca budget next year, which aims to be lower than this year’s.