A photo of CF Monterrey defender Sebastián Vegas

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CF Monterrey is reportedly preparing to extend the contracts of two players. Now that the summer transfer window has closed, Rayados’ front office is focusing on re-signing Maxi Meza and Sebastián Vegas.

RG La Deportiva’s Willie González reported both news concerning Rayados’ intention to extend the Argentine and Chilean. Regarding Meza, González notes that the Mexican club is eyeing a three-year contract with the 30-year-old.

Extending the former Independiente star is a priority, considering his contract expires after this 2023 Apertura season. Since arriving in 2019, Meza has appeared in 197 matches in all competitions, where he’s scored 31 goals and registered 24 assists.

”We are days away from closing if Maxi Meza wants and if his representatives want Maxi Meza’s contract to be extended for three more years,” González said Monday (h/t 90min).

“Maxi has two representatives. One sees him [on] the legal [side], and the other [on] the emotional [side]. Someone who works with him on the emotional side and someone on the legal side.”

What would a Sebastián Vegas contract extension with Rayados look like?

González also reported on Thursday that Vegas is on the verge of signing with Monterrey for four years. The 26-year-old arrived in 2021 and has made 119 appearances in all competitions, scoring four goals and registering two assists.

Vegas’ tenure with Monterrey started well, but he eventually lost the left-footed center-back starting job to Héctor Moreno. However, at 35 years old, the veteran could be slowing down, and it’s now or never for Vegas to take that role.

If Rayados is willing to extend his contract, they view Vegas as the long-term replacement for Moreno. Monterrey should still bring in a Mexican player to challenge him to ensure no sense of complacency.

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