River made official this Wednesday the hiring of the attacker Braian romero, from Defense and Justice.
The 30-year-old forward comes from being a figure in the Halcón’s consecration in the CONMEBOL South American and was one of the team’s scorers in the League Cup. His incorporation occurs within the framework of the departure of the Colombian Rafael Santos Borré.
Braian Romero signed his contract today until December 31, 2024 and became a new player of our Club.
Welcome to River, Braian! ⚪🔴⚪💪 pic.twitter.com/ajtSqSAbxF
– River Plate (@RiverPlate) July 8, 2021
His mark is 21 goals in 34 games played (18 goals in 18 international matches), with so many in the South American and Recopa finals.
A review of the trajectory
After passing through Santa Fe, he arrived at Argentinos Juniors. In El Bicho he had an excellent performance with 22 goals in 68 games that opened the doors for him in Independiente. In the Avellaneda team he could never show his best level and after two and a half seasons he left the club with five goals in 29 games. He ended up in Athletico Parananese of Brazil, but after a handful of games he returned to Argentina to sign in Defense where he is experiencing his best season as a professional.
In the last semester, the 30-year-old Falcón striker scored seven goals in 13 games played, between the Professional League Cup, the Copa Libertadores and the Recopa Sudamericana. In that historic rematch against Palmeiras in Brazil, he scored the partial equalizer and was later sent off, amid shoves between the players after they sanctioned a penalty for Verdão.