Fresh money is coming into Boca Juniors, because between this Friday and Saturday the sales of Esteban Andrada and Nicolás Capaldo finished closing and now he will be able to make offers for more reinforcements.
The Ribera club was able to solve the obstacle that arose in the transfer of the goalkeeper, who finally left for Rayados de Monterrey. While the multifunctional midfielder will play for Austrian Salzburg. Emiliano Raddi detailed in SportsCenter that the two operations will bring Boca some 12 million dollars.
With that money in hand, the Soccer Council headed by Juan Román Riquelme will target two soccer players: First of all, he would make a formal offer for the Peruvian side Luis Advíncula, Who this Sunday will define whether or not they are promoted to LaLiga de España with Rayo Vallecano. If he manages to reach the highest category, he will surely remain in Europe, otherwise, Boca’s chances of being able to seduce him improve.
Emiliano Raddi added that secondly, they will make a proposal to America de México by Colombian striker Roger Martínez. The Eagles had already asked for 10 million for the totality of the passes, but according to the chronicler of ESPN, Boca would try to buy 50%.
The alternative for the forward position is that of Miguel Borja, but his file also seems expensive and complicated due to the purchase option that Palmeiras gave to Junior, where he is on loan, and his price could increase if he plays a good role with Colombia in the America’s Cup.
So far, Boca has added four reinforcements, Marcelo Weigandt, Nicolás Orsini, Esteban Rolón and Norberto Briasco.