West Ham defender Fabian Balbuena moved to West Ham to fulfill his ambition to play in a top European league and to improve his international credentials. The 7-cap Paraguay International has earned a revocation of his country. And he believes this has happened as a result of moving to West Ham. In an interview published by the club official website, Balbuena explained that moving to England was always his ambition.
- Balbuena dream movement
West Ham completed the signing of Balbuena from the Corinthians this summer. 6ft 2 in the middle of the middle has been a rock on the back that forms a solid partnership with Issa Diop and the 27-year-old explained that most South Americans dream about playing in Europe. His ambition was to play in the Premier League or other top European divisions.
Balbuena said: “The dream of any player, at least in South America, is to play in the big leagues.
“The Premier League is one of the best, if not the best, it has the best players in the world and every child, when they start playing soccer in South America, can see Premier League matches and dream of playing in one of those teams so it was, of course, a motivation, a challenge. ”
- Paraguay revocation
Balbuena also believes that his move to Europe helped him earn somewhere in the Paraguayan national team. He is set to attend a training camp with Juan Carlos Osorio, who recently left his job to Mexico side.
Balbuena added: “Of course, I also thought of the country team going through a transition period and it is important to have as many players as possible in the big leagues.”We have them in Spain, in France, and it is really important for Paraguayan players to develop their potential in the national team.”