The Tri coach said that the correct thing for the young midfielder would have been to stay in Mexican soccer.
The transfer of Eugenio Pizzuto to Lille de France seemed very good news for the Mexican National Team; however, Tata Martino disagrees. The Argentine coach gave an interview to Récord, speaking about the formation process of the one from Pachuca.
“My personal opinion is that he would have preferred Eugenio to consolidate in Pachuca and later, being a trained player, to be transferred to Europe, but it is something personal. We wish him the best, because it will be beneficial for the National Team. less than when a player goes to Europe he is formed, not that he is going to finish his process to Europe, because that requires two or three years and that is not always positive, “he assured.
However, things were different when talking about José Juan Macías, an element that he does see ready to go to the Old Continent: “No, in fact he has already shown his worth, he did it in León, he was doing it in Chivas and now you have to see how he takes the restart. I think he already demonstrated all his qualities, he had a good preseason, the ten dates of the last tournament were good, so I think he is already in his final process and you can think he can try already in European football, because it has already established itself as a First Division player. “
Lille is one of the clubs that best works with youth talent, recently exporting elements like Eden Hazard to Chelsea, Victor Osimhen to Napoli or Rafael Leao to Milan. Is this move good or bad for Pizzuto’s future?
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