García Plaza accuses Betis of not signing Luis Rioja


The Alavés coach reveals why Luis Rioja didn’t move to Real Betis

The transfer market always leaves stories of “what could have been” and one of them is that of Luis Rioja and Real Betis. Although he was on the green and white club’s radar at the last market, The Sevillian winger ended up staying at Alavés.

His coach, García Plaza, recently explained the reasons for Rioja not joining Betis. Rioja’s passion for Betis is well knownafter he openly expressed his desire to wear the Thirteen Bars shirt, which increased expectations of his possible signing.

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Although the signing didn’t materialize this time, the future could provide another opportunity for Rioja to realize his dream of playing for the green and white team.

Details on Rioja’s non-signing for Betis

Real Betis activated the market with several ups and downs and showed a particular interest in strengthening their squad with Luis Rioja. However, the agreement never materialized and the player Luis Rioja will stay in Mendizorroza at least until the end of the season.

Speculation about its future continues, especially after the words of President Ángel Haro, who does not rule out its inclusion in the future. Luis García Plaza gave an insight into the process and attitude of Luis Rioja during the market closure.

García Plaza’s words about the trial

In an interview with Radio Vitoria, Plaza emphasized Rioja’s professionalism, despite the natural confusion and desperation that comes with being in the middle of transfer rumors. “It’s normal for me to feel a little distressed this week.”he explained, referring to the player’s fear of finding out the result.

The main reason why Luis Rioja is still an Alavés player is because Betis did not increase their initial offer. With this decision, Rioja remains at Alavés, where he has had a huge impact this season, scoring goals and assists that underline his quality on the field.


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