The teams of argentinian football are preparing for the start of the 2022 season. Each one with their goals, but all the teams are already working hard to get to the official competition in the best possible way. And on that path, transfer market begins to move.
This Friday two operations were known that will be closed shortly. On the one hand, Darius Benedetto will return to Mouth and, on the other, Ricardo Centurion you have everything ready to join San Lorenzo. To this, of course, is added that Juanfer Quintero arranged his return to River during the morning.
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The negotiations between Boca and Benedetto and San Lorenzo and Centurión advanced almost simultaneously. Big ones that will be reinforced with high caliber players.
Darío Benedetto will play in Boca
The negotiations with Elche from Spain and Olympique de Marseille have advanced a lot in the last few hours and at the beginning of next week the striker would arrive in Argentina to sign a contract and join the preseason.
The return operation of Pipa includes his departure from Elche and the purchase of a percentage from Olympique. The negotiations were long due to the number of parties involved, but in the week everything would be closed at the contractual level and the scorer would sign with Boca for two and a half years.
Ricardo Centurión leaves Vélez and arrives in San Lorenzo
Ricardo Centurión will be a new reinforcement of San Lorenzo, after the clubs agreed. The talented soccer player leaves Vélez and will join the Ciclón squad in the next few hours.
The 28-year-old will continue his career at San Lorenzo on loan for one year, with option to buy. It will be the third incorporation of the Ciclón, after having agreed the passes of Adam Bareiro and Malcom Braida.
After not being taken into account by Mauricio Pelegrino, Centurión informed the Vélez leadership that he was leaving the preseason. This Friday it was learned that he has everything ready with San Lorenzo.