As reported by ESPN Argentina, Boca Juniors has two players in his sights to replace Sebastian Villa, who seems to be getting closer and closer to leaving the club due to offers he has received from various European teams. The Bruges Club of Belgium has already placed an offer on the table of the Argentine team, which has just defeated River Plate in a new edition of the SuperClásico for the Argentine Cup.
Boca Juniors is close to suffering a new important decline in this market due to the painful elimination of the Copa Conmebol Libertadores in the hands of Atlético Mineiro from Brazil, which meant a severe economic and sporting blow for the institution. Villa’s departure will only be the first of several that will occur in the coming weeks with Cristian Pavón and Lisandro López on the starting ramp.
The two players that Boca Juniors follows to replace Villa
-Ignacio Ramírez: Uruguayan center forward, 24, who defends the colors of his country’s Liverpool FC. He has scored 11 goals in 11 games this season. He has impressive numbers (85 goals and 17 assists in 165 games) and he is ready to take the leap.
–Franco Di Santo: The Argentine striker from San Lorenzo would be the safest bet, but one that will leave the club the least in the long term. He is an internationally proven scorer and has the conditions to be important for a couple of seasons.