The future of Jeremías Conan Ledesma in Cádiz is one of the current hot topics for the Cádiz club. The Argentine goalkeeper is in the crosshairs of UD Almería, a team that has started negotiations with Cádiz despite the yellow team’s initial refusal. In the event that the incorporation to Almería does not materialize, the Indálico club would be interested in Luis Maximiano, as we have previously reported.
Given the possible departure of Ledesma, Cádiz finds it necessary to look for a guarantee goalkeeper in the summer transfer market. According to information from Mundo Deportivo, the Cádiz club is already looking at up to four possible options to reinforce its goal.
The goalkeepers that Cádiz follows to replace Ledesma
Among the most likely candidates are Edgar Badía and Jordi Masip, goalkeepers for Elche and Real Valladolid respectively, teams that have been relegated from LaLiga this season. Both goalkeepers have shown their quality under the three sticks and would be interesting options for Cádiz.
On the other hand, Fernando Pacheco from RCD Espanyol is also on the interest list, but this operation could be a bit more complicated because the goalkeeper is wanted by other LaLiga teams and his priority would be to remain in the Catalan team.
Finally, Mundo Deportivo assures that Cádiz closely follows Luis Maximiano, a Lazio goalkeeper with a past at Granada. However, in the last hours, it seems that the Ledesma exit operation has become complicated and now Maximiano has become Almería’s main priority.
Cádiz is at a crossroads in terms of its goal and will have to make important decisions in the coming days. The possible departure of Ledesma opens the door to different options and the club’s leaders will have to carefully evaluate the available candidates. Meanwhile, fans are anxiously awaiting to find out which goalkeeper will defend the Cadista shirt next season.