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“All Mexican soccer was against the transition to Russia.” Chávez surprised Dinamo with loyalty

Date: July 20, 2024 Time: 00:25:46

“All Mexican soccer was against the transition to Russia.” Chávez surprised Dinamo with loyalty

Andrey Pankov August 29, 2023, 14:00 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

Details of the transfer of Luis: he forced the club to reject a lucrative offer and bought Pachuca himself.

Dinamo recently announced the transfers of Jorge Carrascal and Luis Chávez. And if everything went quickly enough with Carrascal, then the transfer of Chavez turned into quite the detective story.

The first news about Dynamo’s interest in the Mexican appeared in mid-July. Then the club held lengthy negotiations with Pachuca and agreed on almost all the conditions. But at one point the Mexican club decided to withdraw from the negotiations: they were afraid to make a direct sale to Russia. It is that in the Pachuca business group part of the shareholders are Americans. The businessmen feared possible sanctions and decided to interrupt direct negotiations.

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Dinamo did not give up. The club’s leaders knew that Chávez had a termination option in his contract. At the same time, the transfer could also be complicated by the fact that Mexican side Monterrey wanted to buy the midfielder. According to our information, the Mexican club was ready to pay for Chavez even more than the amount for which Luis was finally bought from Pachuca. And Monterrey offered the player himself conditions comparable with Dynamo.

Yes, and Pachuca really wanted to sell Chávez to Monterrey; it would have been so much easier that way. But Louis himself wanted only in Dynamo. He dreamed of leaving for Europe and did not want to continue his career in his homeland. The midfielder himself did a lot for the move to Russia to take place. According to our sources, Luis received a lot of pressure from the president of Pachuca, the president of Monterrey, the director of the Mexican Football Federation; everyone did not want Chávez to go to Russia. “All of Mexican soccer was against the move to Russia,” a source from Mexico told us. He was convinced that the country was not safe and that this transition would have a negative effect on his career.

Luis Chavez

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But Chavez, while communicating with Dynamo, constantly emphasized that he would only go to them. The main thing is that the club finds a way to transfer money to buy his own contract. The negotiations lasted so long because of the search for a plan.

As a result, Dynamo transferred money to the midfielder in the same way that they transferred money to CSKA Viktor Davila. The conversion path was as follows: Russia – United Arab Emirates – Venezuela – Chile – Mexico. All this took a long time, but in the end the money came. Although “Monterrey” until the last moment hoped that Chávez would get tired of waiting and choose the option of staying in Mexico. And Louis waited and waited. Like Lichka, he waited for the player he really wanted. The coach sees Chávez as a key player for Dinamo, so it is not surprising that the Moscow club did not give up trying to sign him until the end.

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