Venezuelan Salomón Rondón leaves River Plate and goes to Mexico

He River Plate He was left with more glories than sadness, but that is not enough for the Venezuelan Salomon Rondonwho decided to leave the Argentine club and emigrate to Mexican soccer.

The Venezuelan striker Solomon Rondón asked to emigrate for family reasons.

At 34 years of age, Salomón Rondón is recognized as the all-time top scorer of the National Team. Venezuela, with 41 goals. His career in European football is extensive, and now he seeks to leave his mark on the stage. football of Mexico.

In this case, Pachuca closed the signing of the Venezuelan attacker for two years until December 2025.

The gunner lived the best record of his career with West Brom in Englandsince from 2015 to 2018, he scored 28 goals and 10 assists in 120 official matches.

Pachuca will be the twelfth team of his professional career having already worn the shirts of Aragua FC from Venezuela, Newcastle United from England, Everton from England, West brom from England, Dalian Professional from China, CSKA Moscow from Russia, Zenit from Russia, Rubin Kazan from Russia, Málaga from Spain, UD Las Palmas from Spain and River Plate from Argentina.

The arrival of Salomón Rondón to Pachuca not only represents a reinforcement for the team but also an addition of weight up front, giving the Tuzos a new offensive option. Fans are eagerly waiting to see how the experienced Venezuelan goalscorer makes his mark in Liga MX.