CSKA Moscow announced on Monday the transfer to Spanish Huesca of Argentine striker Adolfo Gaich, who played the Tokyo Olympics with his national team.
Gaich, who arrived in August 2020 to the Russian Army team from San Lorenzo, will wear the Huesca shirt, from the Second Division of Spanish football, this season, according to the Moscow club on its website.
In the event that the forward meets expectations, Huesca has the option to purchase the footballer, valued at 8 million euros.
The 22-year-old Argentine already played on loan almost all of last season in Italian football, specifically in the Benevento, in which he scored two goals in fifteen games in Serie A.
SIGNING | 𝘼𝙙𝙤𝙡𝙛𝙤 𝙂𝙖𝙞𝙘𝙝 is already a SD Huesca player. It arrives on loan from @pfc_cska for a season, with option to buy.
🇦🇷 ⚽️Goals from Argentina to El Alcoraz!
– SD Huesca (@SDHuesca) August 30, 2021
With CSKA he played 18 games and scored only one goal, which is why he was loaned. Gaich has a contract with the Russian club until 2025.
The Argentine, who measures 1.90 meters, which has earned him the nickname of ‘Tank’, played three games with the Albiceleste in Tokyo, but did not score.
Gaich, whose mirror is Gabriel Batistuta, admitted that CSKA was a good springboard for a career in European football.