David Tati and Bryan Soto are on loan at other clubs but will have to return to Macul after the end of the season.
Every year there are several footballers who progress through the lower divisions Colo-Colo but not all of them make it into Cacique’s first team and are eventually loaned or sold to other clubs where they have more opportunities to perform professionally.
One of these cases is that of David Taty who has arrived Monumental stadium in 2010 and since then he has played in all categories of youth football, with whom he even took part in a U-17 World Cup Chilean national team However, he never managed to establish himself in the first team. In fact, the full-back has not played an official game with the Eternal Champion jersey and is currently defending the colors of Copiapo Sport.
On the other hand, there is the case of Bryan Soto a 22-year-old midfielder who made his Popular debut in the season they were fighting relegation and subsequently added a few minutes of play in the 2021 season. However, he was then no longer considered by the coaching staff and was loaned out Sport La Serena and Everton from Viña del Mar Clubs he defended in 2022 and 2023 respectively.
Currently these two youth players are out on loan, but neither of these loans have an option to buy, meaning both players will have to return to the club. Monumental stadium when this season ends as they did current contract with the facility until the end of 2024.
Therefore, Gustavo Quinteros, or the coach sitting on the Cacique bench will have another central midfielder and a right-back by 2024; Field position, which gave the Albos more than just a headache in the first half of the season. However, neither player will be an “U21” player, so their chances could be slimmer.
In 2023, neither of these two players was an integral part of his team, but they managed to add some minutes. On the one hand, David Taty He played 13 games, including nine as a starter. Since the arrival of Ivo Basay His opportunities dropped dramatically and he now has two games under his belt without being called up.
On the other hand, there is the case of Bryan Soto who was there in 18 missions Everton de Vina del Mar, with which he scored his first goal as a professional. However, despite playing a significant number of games, he only started one of them, showing that he is considered a second-half player.