From reliable sources in reference to the pass market they announced news about the arrival of the Paraguayan to Boca. The details.
In Boca they are expectant with the transfer market. While the top priority is Darío Benedetto and his imminent return the Ribera club, It is not the only active negotiation that they handle in Brandsen 805.
Own Jorge Bermudez He told intimacies of the talks they have with players that reflect an interest in Boca, where he said that they have the negotiations directed by Nicolas Figal and what about Benedetto It is all a matter of the clubs that administer his pass, since at Xeneize they want him to return and he wants to turn around.
However, and apart from these two negotiations, Boca also has the possibility of incorporating Ángel Romero in this transfer market, even though the offer has had fluctuations from both parties.
Boca sent him a contractual offer, since they only have to negotiate with him because he is free, and the Paraguayan did not give a formal response yet to the Ribera team.. This is because what was offered it is very low according to what Romero intends, but no other concrete offer was made for him. This would make the forward considers Boca more and more, so his arrival is very close.
This was confirmed by the journalist specializing in the transfer market, Germán García Grova. In this way, the former San Lorenzo is one step away from being a reinforcement of Xeneize.
+ What Bermúdez said about Ángel Romero
The Employer spoke this Saturday with TyC Sports Verano and made clear several points that Boca has regarding this transfer market. Regarding Romero, he did not avoid the issue and said forcefully that they are interested in him and that he seems to be a great player, but that his arrival would be subject to no offer from abroad for his contract, which would make his arrival economically impossible., just as Grova mentioned.
Also, when they asked him why his arrival had not been defined yet, the member of the Soccer Council threw the ball to the player, stating that they should ask him, hinting that from Boca they are willing for him to arrive, but Romero himself must decide what he wants to do.