Celta Vigo president Carlos Mouriño refused to rule out a move for Monterrey starlet Cesar Montes when questioned by journalists on Thursday, though he admitted any deal might be difficult to complete.
Former Rayados boss Antonio Mohamed was unveiled as the Spanish club’s new manager earlier in the summer and there have been persistent rumors that he would take some of his old players to Spain.
“There may be a player from Mexico who has not been recommended by Mohamed and he can come in”, said Mouriño. “And there are others he can recommend, as in that case [of Montes], that we may not have the option to bring.”
Regardless of whether Montes arrives, the president insisted the Celta Vigo fans could look forward to the same brand of football under Turco as they enjoyed with his predecessor.
“We do not want to change the way we play, we have an offensive game, that’s not the problem”, Mouriño added. “The problem is the player’s attitude. We believe that [Mohamed] offers all the guarantees to […] change that attitude” (Multimedios).