After three weeks of rest and rest, during which the teams were able to prepare their playing pieces for the final stage of the National Championship, the ball was rolling on the pitch again and the clubs are starting to plan what their future will look like until the end of the season. That’s not all, as footballers not only focus on reaching their maximum potential, but also start analyzing their careers and one of them left the door open for a return University of Chile.
Marcelo Jorquera experienced one of the most important moments of his life in 2013 when, after shining and standing out in Ñublense, he received the call from the Bulla leaders to join the team, which he did not hesitate for a second. However, his time at the club did not go as he had imagined. Looking for new opportunities, he was loaned out to several Chilean football teams until he arrived at Cobresal, a club where he settled, becoming a figure and not giving up hope of returning University of Chile.
The left-back is experiencing a dream championship, with Los Mineros he is alone in first place and is on the way to the second title in its history. With that in mind, and given that he is considered one of the tournament’s best players, Jorquera hinted at the possibility of wearing La U’s colors again. “I want to return to a big team. I think that for a Chilean player it is the best thing to live in the country. “This is what I want and a dream that I want to fulfill for my children,” he said in a dialogue with “AS Chile”.
Along the same lines, the left-hander admitted this in the last transfer market since then University of Chile They picked up the phone to contact their agent and ask about the conditions for returning to La Cisterna. “There were discussions. But beyond that I didn’t know anything else because I belong to Cobresal. But there were approaches with my representative,” concluded the 30-year-old footballer.
Dream about Berizzo’s call
Just like Marcelo Jorquera maintains the hope of being able to return University of Chile To take revenge and reverse the weak image he left in his first cycle, he also dreams of receiving Eduardo Berizzo’s call to wear the colors of the Chilean national team. Due to his great desire, the winger wants to train at Juan Pinto Durán, either in the microcycle or officially for the South American qualifiers.
“It would be the fulfillment of another dream. Above all, seeing great players who have won everything in La Roja and in their European clubs. Maybe a microcycle or something happens if you keep doing things well. If you continue down this path, there may be a calling. That’s what I’m hoping for,” said the left-hander.