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Galindo returns to Bolivia

Bolivian outfit Club Jorge Wilstermann have announced the signing of Arsenal youngster Samuel Galindo on loan.

Last Updated: 07/02/13 at 21:34 Post Comment

Samuel Galindo: Has moved back to Bolivia

Samuel Galindo: Has moved back to Bolivia

The 20-year-old midfielder has signed on an 18-month loan - with an option to extend.

Galindo joined Arsenal in early 2010, but has never played for the club - instead he has had three loan stints in Spain with Salamanca, Gimnastic and Lugo.

Now he has sealed a move back to Bolivia with Jorge Wilstermann and he was happy to make the switch.

"I played very few minutes [at Lugo] in Spain, I wanted to play more, so I asked Arsenal to transfer me to Bolivia, where the offer from Jorge Wilstermann came and now they have me here [at the Bolivian club]," he told the club's website.

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