Cádiz continues to move around the transfer market in search of a striker to strengthen their squad and once again have their eye on Maxi Gómez, currently a Trabzonspor player, in that search. The Cádiz side have rekindled their interest in the experienced Uruguayan attacker, who has a past in LaLiga and has defended the colors of Celta de Vigo and Valencia in recent seasons.
Cadiz’s proposal revolves around a transfer from Maxi Gómez, capitalizing on his willingness to return to Spanish football. Although the deal is not fully closed, the Andalusian team is also trying to secure a purchase option that makes sense for their interests. However, it remains to be seen whether Trabzonspor will give the green light to this deal.
Cadiz insist on signing a new striker
27-year-old Maxi Gómez has shown his willingness to significantly reduce his salary to ease his return to the Spanish league. In his last season at Trabzonspor, the Uruguayan striker scored seven goals in total, five of them in league competition.
On the final opening day of LaLiga, Cadiz defeated Alavés 1-0 thanks to a goal from Fede San Emeterio. Led by Sergio, the Cádiz side have been active in the transfer market, ensuring the arrival of the likes of Escalante, Guardiola, Machís, Javi Hernández, Lucas Pires and Jorge Meré.
Maxi Gómez’s push could bring a new dimension to the Cadiz attack, bringing experience and quality to the goal. Although the final details of the operation are yet to be worked out, the club’s interest in the player points to an ambitious move to strengthen their squad and achieve their goals in the upcoming season.