River Plate closes its seventh signing of the market: Andrés Herrera

According to several important media outlets in Argentina such as TyC Sports and Olé, River Plate has closed the signing of Andrew Herrera in this market with the intention of continuing to strengthen its defense and putting together a squad capable of meeting Marcelo Gallardo’s goal for this 2022: Win the Conmebol Libertadores Cup.

The millionaire group will pay 2.5 million dollars net to San Lorenzo for 70% of the player’s pass, who will sign a contract for two or three years. A move that has been cooking in recent weeks due to the team’s need to strengthen the right-back position, which was one of the team’s weak points since Gonzalo Montiel left for Sevilla in the summer.

The lateral is the seventh signing of River Plate in this winter transfer market, where they have made a great investment to build a powerful squad for Marcelo Gallardo to maintain the title of the Argentine first division and win the Copa Conmebol Libertadores. The first signings were the following:

-Leandro Gonzalez Pirez: 29-year-old Argentine center back.

Elijah Gomez: 27-year-old Argentine left back.

-Juan Fernando Quintero: 29-year-old Colombian attacking midfielder.

-Thomas Pochettino: 25-year-old Argentine midfielder.

Emmanuel Mammana: 25-year-old Argentinian centre-back.

-Esequiel Boat: 22-year-old Argentine left winger.

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