Pablo Mouche found a club after ending his contract at Colo Colo. The Argentine forward will continue his career in South America and will be a partner of ‘Loco’ Abreu in the next Uruguayan championship.
Through a statement on the Twitter account, the Uruguayan team made the former Boca Juniors official with great fanfare: “We continue to add reinforcements from the hierarchy! Argentine striker Pablo Mouche joins South America for the next Uruguayan Championship. Welcome” .
🤩 We keep adding hierarchy reinforcements!
– South America (@ IASA1914) March 29, 2021
Mouche was part of a massive exile of Colo Colo players after the very poor 2019 season. In addition, the trans-Andean had a problematic exit and his contract was terminated early, so he was not available for the key duel against Universidad de Concepción that he Cacique won 1-0.
It will be the twelfth club of the 33-year-old forward, who among others has played in teams such as San Lorenzo, Palmeiras, Lanús and Red Star of Serbian football. In Colo Colo he left seven goals and 13 assists in 51 games, spread over two seasons.