OFFICIAL: Milan part ways with Cardacio and Viudez


AC Milan have announced on the departures of Mathias Cardacio and Tabaré Viudez

The Uruguayan couple of arrived to AC Milan in 2008 (different teams), is now released at once as well. Mathias Cardacio, who played at Nacional for one year, where he scored one goal in appearances (midfielder position), sees himself similar to Andrea Pirlo, but apparently, Milan didn’t think so.

‘El Chaio’ – Tabaré Viudez, arrived from Defensor Sporting is 2 years younger than Cardacio. The only official match Viudez played with a Black & Red shirt was against Atlanta, when he came on as a late substitute for David Beckham, despite impressed in some pre-season matches. Viudez is a forward.

However, although everyone is saying the potential is big in the 21-years-old and in the 19, Milan decided that’s enough, as they released them. The official site of AC Milan approved the players release. The official statement in AC Milan site reads:

"A.C. Milan communicate they have mutually resolved the working contract with the footballers Mathias Cardacio and Tabaré Viudez. Thanking them for what they have shown during their experience with the Rossoneri, Milan wish the two young footballers all the best for their future."

There were reports in early stages of the transfer window that Milan offer a bid for Getafe’s Juan Albin Cardacio and Viudez in exchange but it seemingly didn’t worked out. Cardacio has been also recently linked with a move to Israeli club Maccabi Haifa. However today’s reports suggesting he’s going to Spain.

By Meytar Zeevi, Rossoneri Blog

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