The sale of Isidro Pitta is already a reality. The transfer, which at the beginning of the week was practically tied up due to the lack of mandatory medical examinations, came to an end this Wednesday with its final conclusion. The 23-year-old Paraguayan striker joins Brazilian side Cuiaba until December 31, 2026 and will receive 600,000 euros in return for SD Huesca, who reserve a percentage in the event of a future sale. An amount that allows him to recover the investment he made last season when he hired his services from Olimpia.
The player will thus continue his career in Rio de Janeiro football, where During the current year he was a member of Juventud and where his performances, better than those produced in the half year he performed in Huesca, raised the interest of several clubs in his services. Like Gremio and Coritiba. There were also teams in the United States and Mexico that had set their eyes on him. In the Brazilian Série A he signed eight goals and three assists in 42 games, compared to two goals in 14 games that he scored in the second division.
The initial intention of the people of Huesca was to find him a new job. However, it is finally decided to get rid of his 60% rights which he acquired at his signing. The amount received will be used to register Juanjo Nieto, the right-back included at the beginning of the month, and, if necessary, to some, despite the fact that Huesca has crossed the salary cap. And even to perform the operation will be enough. By allowing the league to use 25% of the amount to strengthen the squad in a future winter market. In this regard, the starting point of the club would be not to touch the existing dressing room. New faces will come only if there is a farewell.
Pitta trained at Cerro Porteño, had a short stint in Portuguese Alvarenga and back in his home country, he made his professional debut in March 2019 at the hands of Santani. From there he will move to Sportivo Luqueno and, in September 2020, to Huesca before the season’s Olympia. in recent times, He was in news for FIFA’s approval related to his departure from Alvarenga.for which he had to compensate with 65,000 euros to avoid a six-month sanction, which would have disabled him from playing professionally during that period.