Ronaldo had a very complex task in a key position in the fight for promotion
In the competitive Silver category, having a goal is crucial if you want to fight for promotion. In this context, the eight goals and three assists in 19 games in Cyle Larin is a regular for Real Valladolid. An excellent second round for the Canadian forward, who came to the winter market with the aim of raising the level of the Pucelano team, even if it wasn’t enough for the team to avoid relegation.
A relegation that will now see him move to a higher category team. Because of his great second half of the season, many were interested in the striker. However, RCD Mallorca is the team that won their signing. A commitment that will bring the club an amount of just over seven million euros. Therefore Real Valladolid are already looking for a replacement for Cyle Larin.
Cyle Larin leaves a big gap in Valladolid
As we have learned in the past few days, Real Valladolid are working on Marcos André’s signing. However, he is not the only forward who could make it into the Pucelano side as they also follow in the footsteps of a young and experienced international with Nigeria.
On this occasion, The forward that Real Valladolid likes is Josh Maja. It’s not the first time the Pucelano striker has taken an interest in the Nigeria international as the Nigerians followed in his footsteps several months ago. But now it’s a very realistic option as the footballer is left without a team.
Josh Maja Ronaldo’s bet
Having graduated from Manchester City’s academy and defending the colors of historic teams such as Sunderland, Stoke City and Girondins de Bordeaux, Josh Maja could come to Spain. Specifically to Valladolid, as the club’s sports management is working on his commitment to free.
After his contract with the French club expired, Josh Maja is awaiting offers. Real Valladolid want him to replace Cyle Larin, although they’re not the only ones interested in signing him. And we also know that Alavés follows in his footsteps, so the player could be seduced by the idea of playing in the First Division.