After several weeks of uncertainty over the future of Nicolás Blandi in Colo Colo, everything indicates that the Argentine striker would be in the details of leaving Macul to return to his country’s football. The media Aire de Santa Fe reported this day that Blandi will become a new player of Union, where he will arrive on loan for 18 months, with an exit clause in December of this year. The gunner is a request of the DT Juan Manuel Azconzábal, who hopes to be able to “recover his best version”, after only scoring 2 goals in 21 games with the “cacique”. The aforementioned media maintains that “the leadership of Union and Colo Colo are now working to define how the player’s salary will be paid.” The Chilean club can take care of what Blandi receives until December or there is also the possibility of him paying halfway with Tatengue. If the Rojiblanco had to face the salary of the former San Lorenzo player completely, the operation would not have prospered,” they said. It should be remembered that Blandi arrived in Colo Colo in January 2020, where he could never earn the title with the “albo” team, due to his constant injuries and poor performance. In addition, DT Gustavo Quinteros has reiterated on several occasions that he does not have the gunner from Trasandino and that he wants to incorporate another striker when the pass book is opened.