The former San Lorenzo defender signs for the Lomas de Zamora team.
Walter García, thirty years old, has signed for Los Andes.
García has played for teams such as Argentinos Juniors (Primera División), San Lorenzo (Primera División), Rubin Kazan (Russia), Catania (Italy), Quilmes (Primera División), Nacional (Uruguay), New York Red Bulls (USA), Juventud Antoniana (Argentino A), Guillermo Brown- Pto Madryn (Nacional B at the time, now Argentino A), and in Independiente Rivadavia (Nacional B) since 2012.
Walter García has also played -and won- the U20 world cup in Argentina back in 2001, along with players such as Saviola, Riquelme and the likes.
As he has stated in this interview, he reveals his pleasure of playing for Los Andes as the possibility of living once again in Buenos Aires after five years away from the place, admitting that this tournament in Primera B will be a tough challenge.
Los Andes has been promoted recently from Primera B to the Nacional B, with manager Fabián Nardozza at the helm.
Featured photo courtesy of Prensa Club Los Andes