The most outstanding news of this Tuesday related to Los Pumas, was the transfer of Emiliano Boffelli and Ramiro Moyano to the Scottish team, Edinburgh.
The Rosario back played last season in Racing 92, although he could not stand and that is why he will try his luck in a new team. Something similar happened with the Tucuman, who had a current contract with Toulon, but the lack of continuity in the last time took away his prominence.
The club presented them on its official page with great drums and cymbals, but also shared statements from both protagonists: Boffelli commented: “I am very excited and looking forward to this new challenge. Edinburgh is a great city. I was able to visit her with Los Pumas many times and really enjoyed it. Also, I would like to learn more about the culture and history of Scotland.
“I am looking forward to next season and hope that we can achieve something great with Edinburgh. It is clear that the club is moving in an exciting direction. The new stadium will really bring excitement to everyone involved and will be great for Scottish fans.
“For the fans who haven’t seen me play before, I consider myself a team player. I think that because of my versatility I can adapt to different ways of playing. I think I can contribute something more to the team and behind.
“I am looking forward to continuing to grow and learn as a person and as a player and to help the club have a successful season. Making new friends and connecting with Scottish fans will be great. “
For its part, Moyano showed his expectation for this new challenge: “I am very excited to arrive in Scotland. I know the city, it is beautiful and I also know a lot about the club. I am very happy to be part of the new challenge that the club is preparing for.
“It is wonderful to be part of a club that is embarking on a new era, especially with the new stadium. The city breathes rugby and that is also incredible and I hope that many people will come to see the team play.
“As a wing or fullback, one of my main weapons is my speed, so I love counterattacks. Another is my rugby intelligence on the field.
“I can’t wait to learn as much as possible while I’m at the club and that will help me grow as a player and as a person. I am looking forward to learning about Scottish rugby and its history and culture during my time in Edinburgh. “