left midfielder Juan Sánchez Miño was presented in Colón of Santa Fe, which incorporated him for the next tournament of the Professional Football League (LPF). The 32-year-old midfielder comes from students from La Plata, although he also played in Boca and Independiente.

The brand new coach of the Santa Fe team, Julius Caesar Falcioni He did not hesitate to request it as a reinforcement and that is how the midfielder arrived, after negotiations with the leaders.

Sánchez Miño (he played a total of 32 games for Estudiantes last season) is the third reinforcement of the club, after the returns of strikers Luis Rodríguez (he was in Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata) and Brian Fernández (from a previous stint with Ferro in the First National).

The Santa Fe team, which will face this season Libertadores Cup, continues to search for a winger in the right sector, an internal midfielder and a central attacker.

Colon, member of zone B of the LPF Cup, will have a difficult debut in the contest, when they face Boca as a visitor, in La Bombonera, during the second weekend of February.

The striker that Colón wanted was Sebastian Sosa Sanchez, but the Uruguayan decided to join Vélez Sarsfield. The player underwent a medical check-up and was formally joined the Liniers team, club that is beginning to be a protagonist in this transfer market.

The 27-year-old attacker He comes from the Patronato de Paraná and will sign a bond for one season. The negotiations undertaken by the Liniers entity, at the last moment, allowed him to snatch from Colón de Santa Fe an incorporation that he had practically agreed upon.

“The Columbus thing was on track but I had never said yes. I had told my representative that I wanted to play in Vélez”, he expressed in statements to TyC Sports the new centre-forward that the coach will have in his ranks Mauricio Pellegrino.

Sosa Sánchez himself explained that the club’s manager, Christian Bassedas, had a notorious influence on his decision: “I was seduced by the call from (Christian) Bassedas. He convinced me definitively when I was leaving Montevideo”, he pointed out.

In this way, the Liniers club already gathers four additions, because midfielders Franco Díaz (Temperley) and José Florentín (Guaraní from Paraguay) had previously certified their entry, in addition to left back Emanuel Insúa (last step through Aldosivi de Mar del Plata).

Velez will search strengthen the central area, regardless of the negotiation he faces to renew the loan of Santiago Cáseres (Villarreal from Spain), with the arrival of a right-wing midfielder. and the target is Rodrigo Aliendro (Colón).

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