Friday , October 22 2021

Farewell letter of Meza that enchants Independent



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Before traveling to Mexico to sign his new contract for five years with Rayados de Monterrey, midfielder Maximiliano Meza said goodbye to Independiente with a letter by social networks:

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As it is difficult to write or make a statement of my farewell, but at the same time it is more than anything a gratitude than these 2 years, 3 months and 10 days were with this wonderful Club !!! Mainly I want to thank my colleagues, technical staff, physical trainers, medical staff, Producers, that without them nothing I have lived in these years would have been possible! Also all those people who are not the visible face, but who works so that we have everything at our disposal and do not miss anything, I lived incredible things, where there is more than we won as a trophy, I take things with me very important that helps me continue growing as a football player and as a person: how are the friends, values, respect they have always had with me, etc. I feel they will be marked throughout my career! Today I feel that I will empty xq until the last day to try to give everything x this shirt, tmb with a clear conscience to know that this transference has more to be an achievement for me, tmb is a great benefit for @caindependiente and is one of the ways of appreciate how they treated me all this time and gave me the opportunity to live this year to the fullest and what every player dreams about football. Finally, I thank the Red fan, the truth that I have nothing to censor and would never do: xq I always felt the love and support they had and made me! They always deserve the best! This is not a Goodbye but a Till Later <? # 39; <ðŸ¤-ðŸ "& # 39; ðŸ & # 39; ¹

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This transfer will give the Independiente approximately 15 million dollars between the pass and the bonuses of the goals to be fulfilled by the 26-year-old who won the 2017 South American Cup and had a great 2018 in the Copa Libertadores and with the Argentine team in the World Cup in Russia and, moreover, is part of the new cycle led by Lionel Scaloni.

Meza was sold to Rayados de Monterrey

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