America would sell Renato Ibarra to the Brazilian Ceará for 2 million dollars

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His time as a soccer player in Mexico seems to be numbered. After a step of marked ups and downs with the Eagles of America and loans with Atlas and Tijuana, Renato Ibarra would be sold to Brazilian soccer and with them those from Coapa would receive a good amount for a player who did not count in the institution for a long time, especially after his personal scandals.

According to Ecuadorian and Brazilian media, Renato will play with Ceará del Brasileirao. The information handled is America will sell it for 2 million dollars to the aforementioned club, which is said to have been looking for him since the beginning of 2020, but the midfielder was on loan with Xolos, with a very discreet stint of 13 games and one assist.

This entry is unexpected for the Eagles, since the player’s contract ended in 2023 and they made up their minds to keep him on loan at different institutions until the bond ended, but Ceará’s offer means recover almost in full what they paid for him in 2016 to the Vitesse of the Netherlands.

Let’s remember that in the Opening 2021, Ibarra Mina returned to the Eagles after a year on loan with Atlas, all this after that incident of domestic violence for which he was arrested. In his first game again with the azulcremas, the Ecuadorian scored a goal but was only on the pitch for 17 minutesas an injury ended his entire semester and he was later loaned out to Club Tijuana.

Renato Ibarra’s domestic violence incident

On March 6, 2020, elements of the police went to the home of Renato Ibarra in Mexico City after receiving the call from a woman who felt “threatened” by the footballer and a group of friends. That lady turned out to be Lucely Chaláthe player’s partner, who at the time said he had been physically attacked with kicks and blows by Ibarra Mina.

Renato was taken to the Oriente Prison, where he remained locked up for a week until the night of March 12, when he was released due to the provisional suspension of the case and with the promise of economic reparation for the damage, since Chalá retracted his original sayings and denied any physical aggression from her husband and they even reconciled.


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