Javairo Dilrosun set to join Club América from Feyenoord

Javairo Dilrosun set to join Club América from Feyenoord


Club América have moved quickly after Leo Suárez left the club to join Pumas. Las Águilas set their sights on Europe to find a replacement for the Argentinian and Javairo Dilrosun – a Feyenoord player until now – is on his way to Mexico to join the Mexican giants.

Early on Friday morning, a photograph of Dilrosun on the plane heading to Mexico was released. The winger is expected to arrive in Mexico City in the next few hours and will then undergo a medical before being presented as an Azulcrema player.

According to information from César Merlo, the Dutchman will arrive on loan for one year with an option to buy for América, who are looking to boost their squad for 2024. It is even possible that Javairo will be in a box at the Azteca Stadium tomorrow to get to know his new home and watch the match between Las Águilas and Rayados.

Dilrosun in Europe

According to Transfermarkt, the current value of the 25-year-old is €4 million, with €18 million being his highest career value. At Feyenoord, he made 44 appearances in which he scored eight goals and provided nine assists.

Before Feyenoord, Javairo played in Germany with Hertha Berlin, featuring in 59 games, scoring six goals and providing the same number of assists. At Bordeaux in Ligue 1, he played 36 games, netting three times and registering six assists. He has only played one match for the Netherlands national team.





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