Manuel Pellegrini refines the details of his upcoming season in West Ham United of the Premier League, and so, he would have set eyes on the defender of Alavés, Guillermo Maripán.
According to Football London, the team of the Chilean coach signs an offer for the defender graduated from the Catholic University, for whom it would seek to pay 11.6 million euros. A figure higher than the 8.5 million euros offered earlier this year.
The figure in any case is very far from the clause of exit of the contract of Maripán with Alaves, which according to the same means makes 23 million pounds.
Sergio Fernández, Alaves' sports director, said in conversation with La Cuarta a while ago. "If a club wants Maripán, they should contact us formally, come and make an offer. Yes, the club that wants the Chilean should pay its exit clause, which is set at 25 million euros (more than 28 million dollars), "he said.
He clarified, however, that for now there is no offer at the table by the Chilean, while in Italy an interest from Rome began recruiting him for half the year to strengthen the defense of the capitalist framework.
"Right now we are not thinking of leaving out a player that is essential in our campaign. You know what the rumors of the press are when football players have fun ", said the manager.