Andrew Saved, who has recently become the Mexican soccer player with the most matches played in Europe, in front of Hugo Sanchez, ends contract with him Real Betis On June 30 and at 35 years old – he will turn 36 in September – it seemed that this was going to be his last season as a Verdiblanco player, although he himself Saved does not rule out its continuity. “The truth is that it is an honor, it makes me feel very proud to be the Mexican with the most matches in EuropeWhat I appreciate about that record is that it speaks of a stable and long career and maintaining a high level, I give it a lot of value. The record was held by neither more nor less than Hugo Sanchez, but I do not compare myself with him because he has been the best as a player in my country. We’ll see how far I leave the figure because it goes through my head to stay at the highest level for as long as possible, there is also a World Cup and it would help me to play in one League important “, he said Saved in the microphones of Channel On.

Saved went further and revealed that “I would be delighted to stay, it is my first option, but it does not depend on me, at the beginning of the year we discussed it but they have not called me for a renovation yet. The renovations that have been done say that the basis of the The team is performing at a good level and that is being seen by the club, if they consider that I can be part of the project, it would be an honor to continue in the Betis“said the Mexican, who is a player whose experience on the field and in the dressing room values ​​a lot Manuel Pellegrini, whose opinion is being very taken into account at the time of renovations.

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