The Rio de Janeiro team finalized the incorporation of Everton Cebolinha and with this the Chilean would be without chances. The Xeneize becomes the main alternative in South America and expectations are growing.
The novel about the future Arturo vidal and the chance to play Boca just had a key chapter. Confirmation of pass Everton Chives a Flamengo He would close the door for the Chilean to go to the Rio de Janeiro team, which seemed to be the most viable alternative for his future.
The Brazilian team paid him 14 million euros to Benfica with the chance to add another two for goals. The intention is to strengthen itself with everything for the decisive instances of the Copa Libertadores and even more so with the serious injury of Bruno Henrique which will put him off the court for about a year.
Although the economic agreement will not be easy, that would leave Boca the road a little smoother. The trans-Andean midfielder He has a contract with Inter until the end of 2023but he made the decision not to continue in Italy: his wish is to play for a club in Spain or South America, due to a language issue.
The goal of the 35-year-old Chilean is to keep the pass in your possessionsomething that Inter He would look favorably on saving money for the remainder of the link and for the little prominence he had during the last season. Of the 38 games he played, he started in only eight of them and scored three goals.
Although the most tempting offer from the economic point of view was that of FlamengoOwn Vidal He had also declared his desire to at some point be able to wear the T-shirt of Boca. “I never had the luck to play in the Bombonera and I always wanted to know what it feels like”He stated in several interviews.
Boca is interested in Payero
The 23-year-old Argentine midfielder who plays for Middlesbrough, from England, was offered and the Football Council liked the idea. The footballer emerged in Banfieldwhich was also on loan at workshopscould be an alternative in case finally it does not advance Rodrigo Allendro.
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