Juan Fernando Quintero seems to have his next destination in Shenzhen in China, but this Thursday a new addition was made that could put the Colombian’s hiring in danger.
The arrival of the Iranian Morteza Pouraliganji meant that the group led by Jordi Cruyff finished occupying all the places for foreigners. It is worth remembering that in the squad there are already players from Cameroon, Congo, Norway, South Korea, Switzerland and a compatriot of Juanfer, Harold Preciado.
The River footballer still does not have a work visa and that was one of the reasons that made the pass take so long. However, from the surroundings of the author of the second goal of the Millionaire in the final of Madrid they sign that the Chinese team can still get rid of a foreigner, since the book of passes only ends on September 30.
Cruyff’s team is not doing well, having added only 11 points in ten dates and had to change coaches a few weeks ago, although the son of the Netherlands legend has not yet managed to change course.
Another option that is beginning to gain ground is to postpone the transfer to the next transfer market, but if it were to materialize, the absence of the creative midfielder in River Plate’s current training sessions would make little sense.