According to a Friday report from Honduran newspaper La Prensa, the San Jose Earthquakes have their eyes set on national product Diego Reyes Sandoval.
Signing Reyes is “on the agenda” for San Jose, according to the report.
Reyes has already parted ways and said his goodbyes with his former club, Marathon, according to the report. Negotiations on his next contract, wherever that might be, have already begun, it added.
From the report (via Google Translate):
San Jose has requested references and more information of the soccer player native of Tocoa. Reyes may have his first contract abroad in the next few hours and everything points to MLS being his main destination.
The 26-year-old spent the 2012-13 campaign as a member of Liga de Nacional’s Real Sociedad, where he scored seven goals in 42 appearances. From 2014 until this season, he had been playing for C.D. Marathón in the Liga Nacional de Fútbol Profesional de Honduras.
He scored 26 goals in 81 appearances for Marathón.
Reyes made his debut for the Honduran national team in 2013, he has made six appearances in international play with zero goals scored.