- Tauro FC
Panamanian striker Jesús "Chuíto" González will begin his career in international soccer with a first stop in Colombia, where he would be part of the La Equidad team in Bogotá.
The 22-year-old player who comes from playing in the ranks of Tauro FC, left for Colombia, where he will perform medical exams and then proceed to sign the contract that will join him to the Bogota club.
His transfer had already been negotiated, as evidenced by the presence of the president of La Equidad, Carlos Mario Zuluaga, in the final that Tauro played against Costa del Este in Panamanian soccer.
González has made outstanding internships in Panamanian football with Plaza Amador, Sporting San Miguelito and Tauro, whom he led to the title with a goal in the decisive match.
The midfielder scored five goals during the Apertura Tournament and is one of the strongest candidates for the MVP award.
If he passes the medical tests in Colombia, he would sign a contract for one year with a purchase option.