Squad news


03 Apr 2008
Lendoiro is finding some problems in order to secure the continuity of the key players at Fabril. Depor's president already secured the future of Piscu and is now negotiating for Lassad and Laure, but in the other hand, he could lose Chapi who has been linked with Racing Genk . Meanwhile, it seems that Fabricio has been followed by other clubs.

The alarm has started to ring in Abegondo. Sportspaper Marca has informed that David V??zquez 'Chapi' will probably end playing for Racing Genk, a first division club in Belgium. The agent of the central defender, Roberto Gayoso, confirmed this as he said to the paper "There's only 1% of chances about seeing him staying at the club."

Depor's president was already negotiating the extension of Chapi's contract, but Marca reports the conversations ended as soon as Chapi's agent was informed about the interest of Racing Genk. Besides, Chapi will be 23 later on this month, meaning he won't able to alternate his future between Depor's first squad and Fabril during the next season.

However, the story changed by the end of the day, Chapi himself talked with the website Riazor.org and assured that nothing is for granted and that his first choice will always be Deportivo, as the youngster said to reporter Luc?­a Mari?±o "Yes, there are some clubs interested, but there are no negotiations at this moment. However this is the club of my hometown and where I was noticed as a player, therefore they are my first option."

At least the continuity of Adri??n L??pez 'Piscu' is already secured. The Galician central defender already completed fifteen official presentations with the first squad (14 in liga and 1 in copa), he has a clause  in his amateur contract that automatically gives him a professional deal and a place in Depor's first squad for the next season.

Lendoiro is also negotiating two other cases. The first one is Lassad Nouioui, the French striker arrived during the winter window, but he already scored six goals with the B squad. The ex-Chateauroux only signed for six months and Lendoiro is already trying to negotiate an extension. Same case than Laureano Sanabria Ruiz 'Laure', the right-back has impressed Lotina, but he only signed for one season after he came for free on June of the past year. Laure has an automatic clause in his contract that will allow his renewal, but only if Fabril earns the promotion to Segunda Divisi??n.

Finally, the other interesting youngster at Fabril is Fabricio Augusto, the Canarian keeper that came from Vecindario a couple of seasons ago. It has been rumoured that FC Arsenal and Villarreal are interested in him. If this rumours end to be true, Lendoiro will have a difficult situation in order to negotiate his continuity.

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