Marcos Alvarez trains at SV Meppen: former Dynamo Dresden striker before returning to the third division
Will SV Meppen cement itself with plenty of experience in the third tier? Emslander is said to be close to signing former Dinamo striker Marcos Alvarez.
Meppen – Will SV Meppen bolster itself in the relegation battle with experience in the third division? The bottom of the table should be on the verge of signing striker Marcos Alvarez (31).
“We are interested,” said SVM spokesman Thomas Kemper. Neuen Osnabruecker Zeitungbut at the same time made it clear that “nothing has been decided yet.”
However, the 31-year-old forward will train with Emsländer on Tuesday, after which a signing could follow.
In the past two and a half seasons, the former U20 international has played in Poland for KS Cracovia, but canceled his contract due to outstanding salary payments, thus being without a club since January.
Álvarez was in the youth teams of Kickers Offenbach and Vaughn Eintracht Frankfurt He trained and ended up with Bayern Munich II and Stuttgarter Kickers in 2014 Vfl Osnabrück.
On the Bremen Bridge, the huge clipper advanced to its best performance despite minor initial difficulties. In the 2015/16 season, he contributed 19 points (ten goals and nine assists), but he tore his cruciate ligament shortly before the end of the round.
As a result, the right-footed player could not agree to extend his contract with the Violet-Whites, which is why he was initially without a club in the summer of 2016.
Marcos Álvarez played for Dynamo Dresden, VfL Osnabrück and Krakow.
In the winter, change followed Dynamo Dresdenbut the clash turned out to be a misunderstanding.
Due to the large training deficit due to his injury, Knipser Elbe had no chance at all at the start, and another forced fracture due to torn muscle fibers slowed the return of the goalkeeper, who was strong in the end. .
At the end of the season, Álvarez could only make five short appearances in 2. Bundesliga Look back for SGD, but he was denied a goal. Then he returned to Osnabrück.
The second period in charge at Lower Saxony progressed to the most successful time in his career to date. In 2018/19, VfL kicked eleven goals and grabbed eight assists for promotion and the VfL championship title. 3. La Liga. The resolute striker also proved his skills higher in the league and contributed 13 goals to stay top of the league.
But with the move to Poland, the disguised stake collapsed again. In the Ekstraklasa, Álvarez only got the ball over the line three times in 31 total matches and just over two years.
For Meppen, the striker – if he keeps fit – should still be a reinforcement in the fight to stay in the league. After all, the veteran brings his concentrated experience from 172 matches in the third division (34 goals, 35 assists) to Lathener Straße.