By Gary Eliézer and Alix Semé
It's not yet official, but the future of Ricardo Adé is no longer in Santiago Morning, the international defender Haitian (9 caps) is about to sign a contract for one year with another Chilean second division club, Deportivo Magallanes
Arrived on the floor of Arturo Vidal two years ago by joining the Santiago Morning and after spending a season at Don Bosco, the Saint-Marcois native impressed during his stay of which he was one of the key elements of the defense of the bohemios who did not succeed despite all to access the D1 during the presence of the Haitian.
Thus, the former Baltimore player was looking for a new destination. Since the end of the 2018 season, the rumor swelled on the side of Chile, Adé was not going to renew his lease and agreed with Deportivo Magallanes with whom he has been training for a few days; however, the Santiago Morning has not yet given the letter of release to facilitate the signing of the defender to his new team but everything is already ok, the number 4 of the Haitian selection will sign for one in a short time.
The weekend will be decisive for the signing of this contract that will bind the 28-year-old footballer to the San Bernardo club playing in Primera B since 2011