Peruvian international right-back Luis Advíncula took a flight from Madrid to Buenos Aires this Friday to close his transfer to Boca Juniors and put an end to his adventure in the Spanish League, in the ranks of Rayo Vallecano.
Advíncula, 31, arrived at Rayo in 2018 and will leave the Spanish team after three seasons in which he played 107 official matches and scored three goals.
The Peruvian full-back played the first season on loan from the Mexican Tigres and, for the next season, in July 2019, Rayo decided to make a strong bet for him by paying three million euros to get his services until 2023.
After two seasons in the Second Division, in which he was a regular starter with both Paco Jémez and Andoni Iraola, the promotion to First gave Advíncula the possibility of showing himself in the showcase of the Spanish top flight, something that will not happen because from the At first, the Peruvian was clear that he wanted to go to Boca.
Advíncula’s passage through Rayo will be recorded in the history of the Spanish League, since a goal of his against Albacete, on June 10, 2020, was the first in the return of professional football after a three-month break due to the global pandemic of COVID-19.
In the absence of making the transfer official, which will be closed with a sale below the termination clause but for an amount greater than two million euros, Advíncula is living his last hours as a Rayo Vallecano player.