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Juanmi without fear clause to vaccinate Betis

Since arriving at Nuevo Mirandilla, the attacker from Malaga has only had one thing on his mind: playing. The strange thing is that the debut with the yellow jersey could be with the current team that owns the sports rights.

Juanmi Jiménez wasn’t the only winter signing Cádiz CF made, but he was the most important one, and the best thing is that they didn’t include a fear clause. And this Friday they will host none other than Betis at Nuevo Mirandilla. Let’s remember this The attacker from Malaga was loaned to the yellow team with permission from the Betico team.

Most teams incorporate the fear clause into the transfers of their respective players. These consist of not being able to play against the team that has their passport. In this case, if it had been included in Juanmis, it could not be included in the list this Friday. But they haven’t added it and if Mauricio Pellegrino demands it, he will play without remedy.

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Juanmi will play against Betis if Mauricio Pellegrino requests it.

Without the fear clause, Juanmi is preparing to give his all at Cádiz CF

First of all, the footballer made it clear that professionalism is the basis of everything and prevails in this beautiful discipline. So when the Argentine coach demands it on the field, be it to play as a starter for a minute or the whole game, he cannot refuse it. Even when it comes to the Sevillian club, where he has the goal of returning.

But Juanmi has his head in the present and that is at Cádiz CF, where he has one big goal: to help the team stay in the first division. Let’s remember that the team from Cadiz is in 18th place, 3 points behind the 17th (Mallorca). A win against the Green-Whites would mean a huge emotional boost.

Although they didn’t include a fear clause in Juanmi’s contract, they also didn’t add a purchase option.

The left winger’s new contract runs until June 30, 2024, but the two parties were unable to agree on a purchase option. Apparently, the Heliopolitan team’s idea is to give the player one last chance, as they still have confidence in his abilities. Let’s remember that last year the man from Malaga left Benito Villamarín at the summer market.

Sources close to Juanmi Jiménez suggest that the attacker was never able to get used to football in Saudi Arabia. Apparently the striker has realized that he still has the material to play in the elite. At least that’s what he wants to demonstrate with the Cádiz CF jersey. The last and no less important fact is that the player has a contractual obligation with Betis until 2026.

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