The Real Betis sports management headed by Ramón Planes is at a crucial crossroads, as it must address several important issues in the team. One of the most notable fronts is the renewal of key players in the green and white first team. Among them, the names of Guido Rodríguez and Juan Miranda stand out, two fundamental pieces in the team’s scheme.
Both players have contracts that expire at the end of this season, which has put green and white fans and sports management on alert. Starting next January 1, Rodríguez and Miranda will be free to negotiate with other clubs as free agents, which adds pressure to the need to reach satisfactory agreements as soon as possible.
According to EstadioDeportivo, the negotiations are being carried out privately and cautiously, with no imminent agreement expected in the short term. This process requires time and patience on both sides, as both Betis and the players want to ensure the best scenario for their respective interests.
Guido Rodríguez has been a pillar in Betis’ midfield since his arrival, while Juan Miranda has proven his worth in defense. Both players are considered essential assets for the future of the club and their continuity is a priority.
There are teams very interested in them
The uncertainty over his future has attracted interest from a number of clubs, adding an extra dimension to these negotiations. Betis’ sports management is working hard to ensure that both players remain in the team, but the situation remains delicate.