It is a fact that the Chilean coach no longer wants to count on the services of the Marbella attacker, and Ramón Planes thinks the same, so that the termination of the contract that benefits both parties is already being considered.
The loan for half a season that Betis signed with Loren Morón at UD Las Palmas did not go as expected, and now there is a new problem. To the Marbella striker He still has one more year left on his contract in the sevillan entity, but Manuel Pellegrini wants to remove him from his squad permanently. Ramón Planes also agrees with the determination.
Loren Morón himself is also aware that he will not have minutes if he decides to stay at Betis for the remaining year of his contract. He would even already have everything arranged with another club, but he needs to arrive with the letter of freedom. Document that does not intend to deny the Betic sports management, which is already working on it.
Betis will deliver the letter of freedom to Loren Morón
Towards the winter market of 2015, the striker arrived at the Heliopolitan discipline from Marbella CF, as a promising striker. The operation was free of charge, so there are no regrets if the attacker currently leaves for free. Planes thinks more about the possibility that the Verdiblanco team will save one more token.
On the other hand, the Morón environment agrees to the termination of the contract, since this is what the player needs to reach his new team. Thus, the striker from Marbella managed to play 131 games where he scored 29 goals, counting his participation in international cups. With team B, he added 65 games and a balance of 31 goals.
After leaving Betis, the fate that awaits Loren Morón is in Greece
After 13 years of professional career, the Andalusian striker will venture into international football, and will do so in Greece. Everything is set and ready for the 29-year-old striker to reach Aris in Thessaloniki, one of the 5 biggest clubs in the Balkan country. His coach, the English Alan Pardew, is practically the top manager of his signing.
Although Loren Morón is valued at 2 million euros and only has one year left on his contract at Betis, the Greek team wants to sign him at zero cost. Well, that is precisely what they will do from the Verdiblancos offices, put an end to the story between the Marbella striker and the Sevillian team.