Santiago Gimenez has accomplished the switch from Liga MX’s Cruz Azul to Feyenoord, signing a four-year contract with the Dutch membership.
He joins El Tri teammates Erick Gutierrez and Edson Alvarez within the Eredivisie.
“It’s a dream for me to play for such an enormous membership,” Giménez informed Feyenoord’s official web site. “I intentionally selected this step and am grateful to everybody for the nice and cozy welcome. I imagine that collectively we will work in direction of one thing very lovely and expertise nice successes.”
He departs the Mexican league after a shocking begin to the 2022 Apertura, seeing six targets within the first 5 video games to steer Liga MX in tallies in the meanwhile.
Gimenez first kicked off with Cruz Azul in 2017, debuting on August 30 in a 2-1 victory over Tigres UANL. He has since been a staple for the workforce, working himself as much as 21 targets in 105 appearances, lifting the 2021 League trophy and 2022 Campeon de Campeones Cup alongside the way in which.
“I have been right here since I used to be 10 years previous, it is the membership I really like, the reality is that it makes me very unhappy to have to depart , however that is what goals are like, that is what dangers are, though nothing is definite, for me it is very thrilling,” he stated to TUDN after his final sport with Cruz Azul.
His membership success propelled Gimenez to seven Mexican nationwide workforce name ups, most just lately that includes in El Tri’s 3-0 Concacaf Nations League victory over Suriname on June 11 and the 1-1 draw in opposition to Jamaica on June 14.
Gimenez stays within the operating for a spot on Mexico’s 26-player World Cup roster, more likely to be chosen over Membership America ahead Henry Martin by head coach Gerardo Martino.