Santiago Gimenez seems to be able to make his debut for Feyenoord soon. The 21-year-old striker has received his visa, the Dutch embassy in Mexico announces via Twitter.
Feyenoord took over Gimenez from Cruz Azul. According to Mexican media, the Rotterdammers pay four million euros for fifty percent of the transfer rights. In the summer of 2023, the Rotterdammers will have the opportunity to obtain a maximum of forty percent.
The team of coach Arne Slot starts its Eredivisie season on Sunday with an away game against Vitesse. That duel comes too early for Gimenez. The Mexican international may be able to debut a week later. On 13 August sc Heerenveen is the opponent in De Kuip.
The 1.83 meter long, but headstrong Gimenez is the successor to Cyriel Dessers and Bryan Linssen at Feyenoord. Before that, Danilo Pereira was also taken over from Ajax.
Talento ✅ Pasión ✅ Visa 🇳🇱✅ @Santigim9 te espera una gran trayectoria profesional en el @Feyenoord acompañada de muchos stroopwafels, queso y tulipanes. 🌷 ¡Mucho Exito! Gracias @miseleccionmx 🇳🇱🇲🇽 @WilfredMohr #paisesbajos pic.twitter.com/V1CrTFQSW
— Embajada Países Bajos MX 🇳🇱🇲🇽 (@NLinMexico) August 4, 2022