River Plate: Borja trained normally

Colombian River Plate striker Miguel Borja trained today alongside his teammates, with a view to next Saturday’s game against Tigre, as a visitor, for the 4th. date of the Professional Soccer League.

Borja requested the change last Sunday in the narrow victory against Argentinos, 2-1, in the Más Monumental, due to a problem in the right hamstring, and was replaced eleven minutes into the second half by the Venezuelan Salomón Rondón.

The former Junior, from Colombia, carried out the physical and tactical work today at the River Camp along with the rest of the squad and was made available to coach Martín Demichelis.

In this way, Borja would maintain his place among the starters for the match in Victoria.

Demichelis continues to analyze which formation he will present against Tigre and it is possible that Paraguayan Robert Rojas will replace Andrés Herrera, who had a weak match against Argentinos and was replaced in the second half by the former Guaraní from Paraguay. Meanwhile, Agustín Palavecino appears as an option for Demichelis instead of Rodrigo Aliendro.

For their part, the Chilean defender Paulo Díaz and the Uruguayan midfielder Nicolás De La Cruz carried out a new training session without problems, recovered from their respective injuries.

The defenders Emanuel Mammana, Elías López and Tomás Lecanda, the midfielder Matías Kranevitter and the striker Matías Suárez trained differently.

Midfielder Bruno Zuculini is still at home after surgery for a partial tear of the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.

The River Plate squad will return to training tomorrow, starting at 6:00 p.m., at the River Camp and behind closed doors.

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