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Saturday, August 21, 2010

Zaragoza buying time to pay three million to be by Aimar and Arizmendi

Zaragoza and Valencia have finally reached an agreement to renegotiate the payment of three million euros that the club owes the black and white hand still on the distant transfer of Pablo César Aimar and Javier Arizmendi in seasons 2006-07 and 2008 - 09, respectively.

Valencia withdraw the complaint filed against Zaragoza at the Professional Football League (LFP), which prevented the Aragonese enlist new players. The dispute resolution gives oxygen to Zaragoza, which will take two years to pay the three million. The agreement was announced yesterday by the club president Agapito Iglesias through its website, after notice to the LFP. Iglesias Manuel Llorente thanked his counterpart in Valencia, "the willingness shown at all times to reach an agreement between the two clubs."

Zaragoza has reason to be satisfied. He would have had serious problems but for this covenant, as coach Jose Aurelio Gay still hoping to find some reinforcement before the market closes. Paradoxically, the debt owed by keeping hands for two players who reached the state. Pablo Aimar in the ranks of the Portuguese Benfica and Javier Arizmendi has washed up this season at Getafe.

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