The Sociedad Deportiva Huesca has had to tighten its belt due to the economic situation that is affecting football and want to use player exchange as a transfer method in today’s winter market. The Altaoaragoneses want three or four players to reinforce Pacheta’s team, but they will not be able to offer money in exchange and they will use players from their current squad as a bargaining chip.
The front Dani Escriche, midfielders Eugeni Valderrama and Juan Carlos Real and the left side Luisinho Pinto, can be used in barters throughout this January window. The main need for Alto Aragonese is to sign a defensive midfielder that can give Mosquera rest and that can give alternatives to Pacheta. According to Diario AS, Adalberto Carrasquilla is on the wanted list. The 22-year-old Panamanian media is owned by Cartagena and the Huesca people could put some of their players in this operation.
Another position that Huesca wants to strengthen is the far right. Pacheta only has two specific band players on its roster: Ontiveros and Ferreiro. The coach from Burgos wants more dynamite upstairs and as recognized by the Barça sports director in Cope Huesca, like Gonzalo Plata. The 19-year-old Ecuadorian is owned by Sporting de Portugal and the Huesca want to take over his services, although there are several teams that seem willing to try to sign him.
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