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Lautaro de León, more power to the tricolour attack

FC Andorra has reached an agreement with Lautaro de León for the signing of the Uruguayan striker in the tricolour ranks. Lauti, as he is known in football, arrives on a free transfer from Celta de Vigo, although last season he played on loan in LaLiga 2 in the ranks of Cartagena, at the beginning of the season, and Mirandés. He signs for two seasons with the option of another year.

Lautaro, tricolour!

Lautaro de León (Montevideo, 9/02/2001) was born in the capital of Uruguay but grew up and trained in football in Galicia. First in the ranks of Portonovo until he attracted the attention of Celta de Vigo, a club where he joined at the age of 16. It didn't take long at the club to make the jump to Celta B and make his debut with the first team: he played a few minutes in a 4-nil win against Cádiz in December 2020 and started just a few days later in a cup match against Llanera in which he scored the goal that opened the scoring.

From there he continued to grow in the second team until the 2022/23 course he scored 10 goals in Primera RFEF, a milestone that allowed him to make the jump to LaLiga 2. Thus, last year, Lauti started in the ranks of Cartagena and finished the course with Mirandés.

Welcome home, Lauti! Your successes will be ours!


2019/23: Celta B
Cartagena / Mirandés