River Plate closes the signing of Miguel Ángel Borja, the replacement for Julián Álvarez

According to several media outlets in Argentina, River Plate has closed the signing of Miguel Angel Borgia for this summer market. The Colombian will become the first reinforcement of the millionaire team for the second part of the season, where they hope to compete for the title of the Professional Soccer League and the decisive phase of the Copa Conmebol Libertadores.

Miguel Ángel Borja would arrive to occupy the role of Julián Álvarez, who will go to Manchester City to do preseason with Pep Guardiola. River Plate has a verbal agreement with Junior from Barranquilla: he will pay 5 million dollars (4 million fixed dollars plus one in variables) for 50% of the pass for a three-year contract. His salary will be a figure according to what the club can pay at the moment.

River Plate closes the signing of Miguel Ángel Borja, the replacement for Julián Álvarez

The 29-year-old Colombian striker has 16 goals in 27 games played this season. Despite having these numbers, he is not in his best form and leaves doubts about his impact to lead a project that has the obligation to win the Copa Conmebol Libertadores.

On the other hand, the millionaire group does not rule out the possibility of incorporating another attacker to reinforce the offensive line and be able to maintain a squad capable of winning all the important titles. There is talk of the possible arrivals of Luis Suarezfrom whom a response is expected after a formal offer is made, and Matias Arezo.

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