Alianza Lima: Jefferson Farfan manages option to fly to US to see his injury | RMMD | Sports

The technical leadership of Alianza Lima planned to restore Jefferson Farfan from March. However, the status of the striker is still unknown at La Victoria. Given this, the player is pondering the possibility of moving to the United States to treat the injury that put him out of action. In this sense, Jose Bellina, the club’s sporting director, gave some details about the condition of the man of the Peruvian team.

From the beginning, a representative of those close to him confirmed that there is currently no specific date for the return of the tenth. “Jefferson is under constant evaluation. Today there is no set date (for his return), and we are waiting for him to return to the highest level. There is no inconvenience, we know he has a few situations, we want him to be fine”announced by RPP.

“It has been assessed that Jefferson is going to the United States, some options have been seen so that he can get a second opinion, and with what he himself would like, we will assess what is best for him. It is an option for the United States.”added on the station.

Later, he referred to the player salary issue. Farfan’s salary issue was not discussed. He is a very institutional player, what he wants is to leave a legacy at the club. It was discussed that in the event of a drop in the future, that would be destined for the future of the club.”.

The last time “Fukita” Farfan wore the blue and white shirt was on November 28 last year in the return leg against Sporting Crystal. On that day, the scorer spent half an hour on the field at the National Stadium and was key to winning the League 1 title.

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Furthermore, Jefferson was not called up for the first six games of the current domestic championship. Similarly, Ricardo Gareca did not consider facing the player on the final double day of the Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Uruguay (Montevideo) and Paraguay (Lima).

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