14 January 2012

[Former B player] Marc Crosas continues his 'journey' and signed for Santos Laguna de México

Marc Crosas, formed in the FC Barcelona, ​​has signed for Santos Laguna of the Mexican football team which will play the 2012 Clausura tournament.


Crosas, 24, has been part of the Under-17, Under-19 and Under-21 and reaches the Santos from the Volga in the Russian league, formerly of Olympique Lyon in the French League and Celtic of Scotland .

Santos Laguna, Open finalist last tournament aims to be one of the clubs players in the Clausura, the second day will be played this weekend and has opted to Crosas, who was in the youth ranks at Barcelona in which coincided with the likes of Sergi Busquets, Xavi Hernandez and Andres Iniesta.

Born in Sant Feliu de Guixols, Gerona, Crosas help the Santos Laguna, Mexico led by Benjamin Galindo, as a means of containment, but the team management has not disclosed when it will come to Mexico or the conditions of his contract.

"Obviously I'm very happy to take this step, you can play in one of the biggest clubs in Mexico and contribute with my grain of sand to keep doing this club and get a bigger titles," Crosas said in a statement circulated by the Santos Laguna.

Crosas is the second Spanish in the Mexican Clausura, with striker Luis Garcia, who plays with people from the Apertura 2011, tournament that became seven goals.

Santos Laguna, based in the city of Torreon, northern country, with three championships, the first during the Winter 1996 tournament before the rays of Necaxa, the second in Summer 2001 after winning the final to Pachuca Pachuca and third in the Clausura 2008 after defeating Cruz Azul. (via SPORT)