Agustín Marchesín open to Club América return
The Celta Vigo shot-stopper admitted that América are the biggest club he has played and is open to returning to Mexico.
Agustin Marchesín left América to experience life in Europe, something he achieved by joining Celta Vigo. The experienced goalkeeper is not ruling out a return to Mexican football if the Eagles come looking for him.
“(On when to return to América) Whenever they want. For me, América is the biggest club I’ve ever played for. I’m very grateful. I would love to return at some point and hopefully it can happen,” said the Argentine goalkeeper in an interview with Bolavip.
Coming from Santos Laguna, Marche arrived at América in 2016 where he managed to win the Liga MX Apertura 2018, Copa MX and the Campeón de Campeones. After his performances between the sticks, FC Porto came calling and he won two league titles, two cups and two Super cups with the Portuguese giants. He later moved north to Galicia to join LaLiga outfit Celta Vigo.
Marchesín has not had much game time in LaLiga, only playing 13 times with Celta Vigo, featuring in a total of 1170 minutes with 26 goals conceded. He has kept clean sheets in three, according to the website Transfermarkt.