The Argentine striker Lucas Alario would leave the German club Bayer Leverkusen, because he seeks to have more continuity, as revealed by the media outlet Kicker.
“It is likely that Lucas Alario will leave Leverkusen in the summer. His departure is taken for granted,” reported the aforementioned medium in recent hours.
The former Colón de Santa Fe player, who has a contract with the German cast until mid-2024, alternates between ownership and substitution in the cast commanded by Gerardo Seoane. This reason would lead him to leave the institution, although he has had a good goalscoring record.
It is worth mentioning that Alario’s termination clause is 6.5 million euros, a price that would allow him to leave Leverkusen without major inconveniences.
Regarding his performance this season, the former River Plate scored five goals in 29 games, nine of them as a starter. In addition, since his arrival in the German cast, in mid-2017, he played a total of 160 games and scored 56 goals.