According to a report in Medio Tiempo, Mexican side Puebla announced via its official Twitter account that Chicago Fire centerback Wilman Conde will be joining the club.
The 28-year-old notoriously wanted out of Chicago when fellow Colombian, coach Juan Carlos Osorio, left for the New York Red Bulls. Now out of contract, he'll make the move south of the border.
Puebla will make Conde the first reinforcement of the winter. The club has good recent success dipping into MLS waters, as U.S. international Herculez Gomez lead the league in scoring in the 2010 Bicentenario for Puebla.
With the departure of Conde, Chicago's backline is looking rather bare, especially with the retirement of C.J. Brown.
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