Bogotá, Jan 31 (EFE).- The Colombian midfielder Daniel Luna will leave the concentration of the sub’20 team in Bogotá to travel to Spain and sign a contract with Mallorca, after which he will return at the end of this week to rejoin the team that disputes the final hexagonal of the South American.
“The player Daniel Luna withdrew from the concentration of the national team to move to Spain and fulfill commitments with his new club, Real Mallorca from LaLiga,” the Colombian Football Federation (FCF) detailed in a statement.
The 19-year-old player, who plays for Deportivo Cali, will then miss this Tuesday’s match against Uruguay and Friday’s against Paraguay, corresponding to the first two rounds of the final hexagonal.
“The Colombian Football Federation, the midfielder and the Spanish team have agreed to their return to rejoin the group led by the technical director Héctor Cárdenas on February 3 and face the remaining games of the final hexagonal,” added the information.
The FCF pointed out that Luna “must meet the request of his new team, where he will have to manage the work documentation” and recalled that since the South American is not played on FIFA date “clubs have the power to request their players in the time they deem appropriate.
Luna, 19, will sign for the Balearic club after playing for Deportivo Cali, the squad in which he was formed and with which he has played nearly fifty games since his professional debut in 2021.