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The Uruguayan striker who wants River Plate from Argentina if he does not get the return of Santos Borré – News from Uruguay and the world updated

With the arrival of Solomon Rondon,
River Plate
from Argentina shook the pass market in South America, but is going for more and wants the return of Rafael Santos BorreAlthough the return of the Colombian is not easy and that is why if it does not materialize, there is a Uruguayan who gains strength.

This is Nicolás López, the 29-year-old striker who plays for tigers of mexico and that in recent weeks he had sounded like reinforcement of Inter de Porto Alegre, a club that he already knew how to defend earlier in his career.

Martin Demichelisbrand new coach of the millionaire after the departure of Marcelo Gallardohas already notified the club’s board of directors that despite the arrival of the Venezuelan striker, he needs more options in attack and as reported TyC Sports the options are two: nicholas lopez o Rafael Santos Borre.

In Nuñez They are excited about the return of the 27-year-old Colombian who knew how to be the top scorer of the Gallardo Era in River and given his scarce participation in the Eintracht Frankfurtthe Argentines seek his return.

Nicolás López in Tigres de México.

Photo: EFE.

But it is not easy because the German club does not intend to give it up and if they let go of the footballer for whom they made a good investment, they want that if he leaves, it is with a sale, which would considerably increase the money that the millionaire must pay.

Given that situation, the santos erased It is not the only name in the folder and that is where Nicolás López appears as an option. The Uruguayan who emerged in Nacional could leave Mexican soccer since Tigres needs to release a foreigner’s quota.

This topic would open the doors of River al Diente, a striker who knows how to move all over the attack front and who can also be a good scoring contribution for the team Martin Demichelis.

Nicolás López made his debut in the Nacional first team in the 2012 season and then went on to European football to play for Roma and Udinese, then went through Hellas Verona, Granada in Spain, returned to Nacional, went to Inter de Porto Alegre and finally led to Tigres de México.

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