The international sports press announces that Gervinho is in negotiations to join the Mexican football championship.
Gervinho and Parma, the story may end at the end of the current season. Be soccer, a media specialized in football, has just made a big revelation on its next destination. The Ivorian international will play in other colors next season. It must be said that the attacker's contract expires in 2022 and it would be a godsend for the leaders of Parma to sell him before this deadline.
Fortunately, Gervinho still arouses the envy of certain clubs. His fame went beyond the borders of Italy and the Ivory Coast. The Ivorian pro is coveted as far as Mexico. It is the club called PUMA UNAM that wants to see it strengthen its membership. One of Gervinho's agents is currently in Mexico and has spoken with representatives of Pumas, who dream of the Ivorian to replace Iturbe,whose contract ends in June, according to Bessoccer confidences.
At thirty-four, Gervihno is still a successful player. This season out of 21 games played, he has managed to find the net 4 times. It's not as good as last season, but in Mexico he should be able to perform a lot better.
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