Canales leaves Betis and indicators for the Mexican Rayados de Monterrey

The Spanish midfielder Sergio Canales, a Actual Betis footballer since 2018, has grow to be a brand new participant for the Mexican Rayados de Monterrey this Monday, a membership with which he has signed a contract for 3 seasons, plus an non-compulsory one, in response to an announcement.

After greater than 5 seasons defending the Verdiblanca shirt, Canales is leaving for Mexican soccer on the age of 32 and including 207 official matches with Betis, during which he has scored 39 objectives and given 30 assists.

Canales arrived on the membership in 2018, changing into in a short while one of many benchmarks of the entity’s European challenge, even sporting the captain’s armband. Because the Andalusian membership highlighted, the midfielder has been a “key piece within the sporting development” of the staff, which achieved its third consecutive qualification for Europe and was proclaimed champion of the Copa del Rey in 2022.

“Betis warmly appreciates the companies offered by the Cantabrian participant throughout the seasons during which he has belonged to the membership and needs him good luck in his skilled future,” concluded the assertion from the Verdiblanco staff.

For his or her half, Rayados de Monterrey introduced the arrival of the Cantabrian with a ‘tweet’ during which they acknowledged being “freaking out”. “Los Rayados will dance flamenco and eat paella… OLE!”, they wrote on their social networks. “Canales signed a contract for 3 years, and another non-compulsory 12 months,” the entity reported on the midfielder’s contract.

Canales made his debut with Racing Santander in 2008, as a prelude to his soccer takeoff. It was in 2010 when he selected Actual Madrid, though his merengue journey didn’t end, having fun with extra minutes in groups like Valencia and Actual Sociedad, earlier than arriving at Betis.

Now, model new champion of the League of Nations with Spain, Canales faces a brand new problem in Mexico, the place he’ll defend the colours of Rayados within the 2023 Apertura Event and the 2023 Leagues Cup.