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Andrés Guardado stirs the imagination of the Betis coach

Pellegrini manages to mold a youth squad to take on the role of the Mexican

At 35 years old, the logical thing is that Andrew Saved leave Real Betis sooner rather than later. The Mexican midfielder wants to return to his country to play for the Atlas, a team where he began to stand out. That is why, now that he is out of contract, it seems like the perfect time to leave.

After several years in European football, Andrew Saved has made the decision to return to Mexico. His fate seems quite clear, but not his replacement at Real Betis. And it will not be easy to find him, because he is a very important player in the Verdiblanco dressing room.

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Andrés Guardado will not continue at Real Betis

Andrés Guardado leaves an important gap in Betis

This season, adding all competitions, the veteran midfielder has played 29 games. Despite the fact that his playing time has dropped, he continues to be a key player in the locker room, where he is one of the leaders due to his experience competing at the highest level.

But, despite this situation, it is not planned that Real Betis will make any transfers in the summer market. Not unless it involves an outlay, because as we know Álex Fernández is the main candidate to reinforce the Verdiblanco midfield, but he will arrive with the letter of freedom.

Pellegrini’s invention

The great season of Real Betis has served to consecrate several players. One of these has been Paul Akouokou, who in recent days has become Manuel Pellegrini’s option to accompany Guido Rodríguez, Sergio Canales and Fekir in midfield.

At 24 years old, his continuity in the club is taken for granted and many see him as the perfect replacement for Guardado. Not only because of his youth, but also because of his style of play, since he has shown qualities similar to those of the Mexican in different aspects of the game.

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