The 3 signings that River Plate wants to make in the summer market

River Plate has the objective of putting together a team capable of winning the Conmebol Libertadores Cup this season. Martín Demichelis is clear that they need to win the most important title on the continent after many years without doing so and the plan is to incorporate top-level pieces that can offer them a leap in quality on an individual level.

The millionaire group’s plan is to incorporate three top-level footballers in the next summer market and have all the possible weapons to overcome their rivals. Here we tell you who the objectives are for the next transfer window:

The 3 signings that River Plate wants to make in the summer market

-Roberto Pereyra: The Argentine midfielder trained at River Plate and left the club in the summer of 2011 to go to Udinese. He ends his contract with the Italian team in the summer of 2023 and everything seems to indicate that he will leave as a free agent. The millionaire group wants to take advantage of the situation to close his return.

-Manuel Lanzini: The 29-year-old Argentine midfielder ends his contract with West Ham United in the summer of 2023 and everything seems to leave the English club when the current season ends. He came up with the millionaire club and left permanently in the summer of 2014 when he signed with Al-Jazeera.

Ramiro Funes Mori: The 31-year-old Argentine central defender ends his contract with Cruz Azul in the summer of 2023 and everything seems to indicate that he will not continue in Mexico. River Plate wants to take advantage of the situation to offer him a contract. He trained at the club until the summer of 2015, at which point he went to Everton for almost €13 million. Nicolás Otamendi is another option, but it seems almost impossible because the player wants to stay at Benfica.

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