Salomón Rondón is preparing for his second season with Everton, which in total will be his sixth season in the Premier League, the first category of English football.
The Venezuelan arrived at Everton in the summer of 2021, on the last market day. He lacked adaptation time, but towards the end of the season he managed to show his best level.
Rondón is a player who has left good memories in the clubs where he has belonged, at West Bronwich Albion he scored a total of 28 goals in the three seasons in which he remained at the club until he was transferred in 2018 to Newcastle United where the Venezuelan once again he was able to demonstrate the goalscoring nose that has accompanied him throughout his career.
During Everton's 2022 pre-season, the technical director, Frank Lampard, has shown confidence in the player from Caracas, having lined him up for all the friendly commitments on American soil and in Great Britain.
Like Rondón, another who is preparing for another campaign in the elite of European soccer is Tomas Rincón, the midfielder was acquired by Sampdoria from the first category of Italian soccer, after he will play since January of this year in quality of yield in the club of the city of Genoa.
There will be special attention this season in Portuguese soccer, where a large number of Venezuelans will be distributed by several clubs in the first category of that country.
Striker Alejandro Marques was announced last week as Estoril's new reinforcement until the end of July 2023.
Jhonder Cádiz (Famalicao) and Jeriel De Santis (Boavista) will play their second season in Lusitanian football.
Jesús Ramírez will see action with Marítimo de Madeira, while José Velázquez (Arouca), Mikel Villanueva (Santa Clara) and Eduardo Fereira (Casa Pía), will also be present in Portuguese football in the season that is about to start.