Boca Juniors transfers: The 5 reinforcements that Riquelme wants to close by 2022

As reported by the Argentine journalist Ignacio Bezruk in the Halcones y Palomas program of TNT Sports Argentina, Boca Juniors It intends to close five incorporations for the January transfer market to be able to create a squad capable of competing against the greats of America and fight for the title of the Copa Conmebol Libertadores, which they have not done for more than a decade.

Despite not naming names in each case, the journalist confirmed that Juan Román Riquelme aims to close these operations to build a first-rate squad, as one of the largest teams in the entire continent should have.

The 5 reinforcements that Riquelme wants to close by 2022

One of the reinforcements is Agustín Canobbio, Peñarol midfielder who would arrive to occupy the right wing. The 23-year-old Uruguayan can play on both sides and has played 120 games for the Uruguayan team, scoring 12 goals and distributing 16 assists.

Another position to strengthen is the hitch, but this would only come if the departure of Edwin Cardona from the club is confirmed. The Colombian has to return to Tijuana at the end of the year and it has not yet been confirmed if his loan will be renewed.

The goal is another area to reinforce. Despite having Agustín Rossi and Javier García, Riquelme wants to sign Pedro Gallese, Peru’s starting goalkeeper, in order to have more hierarchy in that position. Christian Cueva is the one targeted by the sports management.

The last would be the forward, where Boca hopes to bring two experienced players and give the team a bonus. The name of Paolo Guerrero continues to sound strongly in the surroundings of the Bombonera. The Peruvian would be the club’s stellar signing for 2022. The other could be Gabriel Ávalos from Argentinos Jrs.

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