Santos Laguna: Julio Furch will sign for two years with Atlas for the Clausura 2021 of the MX League

Santos Laguna: Julio Furch will sign for two years with Atlas for the Clausura 2021 of the MX League
Santos Laguna: Julio Furch will sign for two years with Atlas for the Clausura 2021 of the MX League

Julio Furch, Santos Laguna striker, will become Atlas’s new reinforcement for the 2021 Clausura of the MX League, as confirmed by César Luis Merlo, who assures that the Argentine forward will sign for two years with the Rojinegros del Atlas.

According to the source, Furch and Atlas have already reached an agreement to join their destinations from the Clausura 2021, so the Argentine will leave Santos Laguna.

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Furch, a 31-year-old forward, will wear his third shirt in Mexican soccer, after playing for Veracruz and Santos Laguna, where he was an idol.

With 65 goals at Santos Laguna, Furch became one of the most profitable forwards, achieving a Liga MX title,

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