The two players that Diego Martínez asked the Boca leadership

The two players that Diego Martínez asked the Boca leadership
The two players that Diego Martínez asked the Boca leadership

Boca coach, Diego Martínez, asked the “xeneizes” leaders to begin negotiations for two players who play in Argentine soccer. I know the details.


The coach of Mouth, Diego Martinezasked the “xeneizes” leaders to start negotiations for two players who are active in the argentine soccer. It’s about the defenders Nicholas Tripichioof Defense and Justice, and of Federico Verafrom Unión de Santa Fe.

On the eve of what will be the return to training by the Boca first team on Friday, the technical director of the “Xeneize” is already thinking about how he will face the round of 16 series of the South American Cup in view of Valley IndependentThere, he will have four casualties Olympic Games (Leandro Brey, Ezequiel Fernandez, Kevin Zenon and Cristian Medina) and also Guillermo “Pol” Fernandez due to suspension.

In addition, the medical report from the Peruvian National Team for the defender is still awaited. Luis Advincula who suffered an Achilles tendon injury on his debut in the America Cup and it could mean the sixth weight loss he will have Mouth before the Ecuadorians.

With this panorama, the coach Martinez He asked the leaders of Mouth to start negotiations for the right sides Nicholas Tripichioof Defense and Justiceand by Federico Veraof Union of Santa Fe.


Nicolás Tripichio, of Defense and Justice

Nicolás Tripichio, from Defense and Justice

Both have contracts until December 2025 at their respective institutions and would be to take the place of Lucas Blondel who is still recovering from his torn ligament.

So much Tripichio as Vera They are undisputed starters in their teams but “Tatengue” has a little more advantage in the negotiations since the good relationship between the leaders could facilitate the negotiation.


Federico Vera, from Unión de Santa Fe

Federico Vera, from Unión de Santa Fe

How is Boca’s transfer market going?

While still in negotiations for these two arrivals and waiting for the arrival of Thomas Belmonte to the country, the “Xeneize” does not stop only at defense and maintains active negotiations for the Paraguayan midfielder Matias Galarza of the KRC Genk of Belgiumfor which the operation is stalled since the European club has no intention of giving up the former Argentinos Juniors player.

In addition, another of those targeted is the forward Javier Correa of Students of La Plata for which Mouth must pay 2 million dollars in case you want to rely on their services.

Regarding the casualties, the Boca club agreed with Atlético Nacional de Medellín the loan of the Colombian midfielder Jorman Campuzano But the negotiations have stalled because the footballer does not intend to emigrate to his country.

The Venezuelan will be the one who will go out on loan Jan Hurtado who will play in the Atletico Goianiense of Brazilfreeing up a foreigner’s spot in the squad Mouth.

Besides, Colo Colo of Chili directed by the former Boca coach, Jorge Almironshowed interest in the midfielder Vicente Taborda and would have the approval of the footballer to emigrate to the trans-Andean country.

Source: Ambito

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