The Mexico star is ready to make the jump across the Atlantic, and neither Cruz Azul nor owning club Guadalajara will stop him.
The reported interest from Stuttgart in Fabian has the player distracted, according to Tena, and the 25-year-old, who is currently on loan from Chivas, has made it clear he wants to leave.
The club will not stand in his way, should a good enough offer come in.
“We have to understand Marco’s position of wanting to try his luck in in Europe,” Tena said in a press conference in Mexico City on Wednesday. “Now we have to see if the offer from Stuttgart officially arrives and see what it is.”
Tena coached Fabian at Mexico’s 2012 Olympic gold run and said even before the London event there were offers for the player from Europe.
“He told us just then that he’s been close to going three time and that he wants to take this (opportunity),” said Tena. “And he’s right (to).”
Chivas owner Jorge Vergara said in an interview on Tuesday that there has been an offer from the Bundesliga, although Tena said Cruz Azul is waiting for official word.
Fabian’s loan deal with Cruz Azul from Chivas runs out at the end of the season, but La Maquina retains the option to buy the player, making negotiations for the Guadalajara native with any European club likely to involve both Liga MX clubs.