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Roberto Alvarado admits that he did not want to play for Chivas

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Roberto Alvarado admits that he did not want to play for Chivas

The Guadalajara attacker, Roberto Alvarado, recently confessed during a streaming event hosted by former Chivas player Miguel Ponce that economic issues played a significant role in his decision to accept the proposal to join the team. Alvarado admitted that initially, he did not want to leave Cruz Azul, where he had spent four successful years, but the offer from Chivas, along with the promise of better financial opportunities, eventually convinced him to make the move.

Despite his initial hesitance, Alvarado has become a key player for Chivas, under the guidance of technical director Fernando Gago. He has been a starter in every game of the Clausura 2024 tournament and has already scored three goals. The attacker expressed his desire to eventually play in Europe, although he has not yet received any concrete offers.

During the streaming event, Alvarado also shared a humorous anecdote about his transfer to Necaxa, revealing that the club bought him for what he jokingly referred to as “two pesos.” He recalled a conversation with a federation representative who informed him of the transfer fee, which turned out to be a meager amount. Alvarado joined Necaxa in 2017 before moving on to Cruz Azul.

As Alvarado continues to shine on the field for Chivas, fans can expect to see more impressive performances from the talented attacker in the future.

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