Burton Albion manager Paul Peschisolido is keen to bolster his striking options with the capture of Argentinian trialist Andres Gurrieri but admits it could be far from easy.
The 22-year-old has excelled on trial with the Brewers and has impressed the club with his work-rate in training and also four goals in his last two reserve outings.
However Peschisolido told the Burton
“It’s going to be quite a complicated process, but at least it means Andres can spend more time with us.”
Gurrieri showed his striking prowess on Tuesday afternoon as he netted twice against a Stoke XI at the Premier League side’s Clayton Wood training ground.
Their opponents included £6m summer signing Wilson Palacios as well as Michael Tonge and Danny Higinbotham in their starting line-up.
Gurrieri also spent time with fellow League Two side Plymouth Argyle in the summer and despite impressing then manager Peter Reid never put pen to paper on a deal at Home Park.