Fernando Pacheco is the goalkeeper with the most stops in Primera

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Its continuity seems complicated because there will be offers from big clubs, among them, Sevilla. Its clause is 40 million and it has a contract until 2020.

It is one of the architects of the permanence of Alavés. Last Sunday, without going any further, had to replace Antonio Sivera in the 61st minute with a Valencian injury. A few minutes of jumping to the lawn and made two punt of merit, stopped a penalty and was about to stop the second. It is nothing new since he has managed to become the goalkeeper with the highest number of stops in Primera. Since he arrived in Vitoria the situation has been transformed under the sticks. He is one of the best cancer-keepers in club history.

The goalkeeper of Badajoz has been erected as a real wall under sticks with a total of 110 successful stops in the 35 matches that the goal has played in the league competition. Data that translates into an average of 3.14 successful interventions per shock and, of which, two of them have stood out above all of them. Precisely, the encounters with more stops by Pacheco have been against FC Barcelona. In both matches, the Albiazul goal has made a total of 19 interventions, nine in the meeting of the day 2 in Mendizorrotza, and ten in the match played at the Camp Nou.

The one of Badajoz has complicated its continuity in Vitoria. He has a contract until 2020 but his quotation is very high and it is normal for a strong club to make an offer for him and try to negotiate freedom with Deportivo Alavés. Its termination clause is 40 million euros but Josean Querejeta -owner of the entity- would be willing to negotiate that amount if it ends up entering a good amount. Sevilla is one of the clubs that seems interested in the goalkeeper formed in the lower categories of Real Madrid.

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