Friday, August 17, 2007

Argentina: Last Transfers

Among the last transfers of Argentinean clubs there are some interesting and some loud. The loudest is a transfer of Chilean potential megastar Alexis Sanchez to River, who has robbed Racing of a promising Chilean. Boca decided to inscribe Riquelme and wait what it will end with. Parallely Leandro Gracian is signed too to conduct Boca's game if Riquelme decides to leave. Quite funny was to see famous Uruguayan Bueno among the Boca's new signees. And let's hope that Boca's condition is not as bad as to demand recruiting children like 16-years old Quilmes' Quitana. As for Paletta, we already told about his transfer. There are reasons now to hope that Boca's third match will be way more fun. Arsenal has strengthened seriously by bringing home Biaggini - from Spain, "Chupa" Lopez - from Mexico, and Bardaro - from Uruguay. Colon signed a once best Argentina's striker Cardetti. Central brought home from Greece a good playmaker Mariano Messera. Besides Sanchez River signed another promising youngster - Archubi from Lanus. While Racing failed to compensate the departure of Morales, despite bringing home it's legend Maxi "Hormiga Brava" Estevez, champion of 2002. Finally Gimnasia's leading scorer Silva has made an unexpected jump to Velez after having already scored for El Lobo in this Apertura.

Argentinos Juniors: Rafael Viotti (Uruguay)
Arsenal: Leonardo Monje (Chile), Leonardo Biagini, Pablo Zeballos (Paraguay), Ariel López y Cristian Bardaro
Boca Juniors: Juan Román Riquelme, Leandro Gracián, Carlos Bueno (Francia), Gabriel Paletta y Matías Quintana
Colón de Santa Fe: Martín Cardetti
Estudiantes de La Plata: Jeremías Caggiano, Álvaro Navarro Bica (Uruguay)
Gimnasia y Esgrima de Jujuy: Diego Mateo Alustiza (Uruguay)
Huracán: Javier Dussan Prada (Colombia) y Sebastián Díaz (Uruguay)
Newell's Old Boys: Diego Barreto (Paraguay)
Olimpo: Sebastián Dubarbier
Racing Club: Darío Bottinelli, Sebastián Arrieta, Maximiliano Estévez
River Plate: Rodrigo Archubi, Alexis Sánchez (Chile), Marcelo Larrondo (Uruguay)
Rosario Central: Eduardo Martínez (Uruguay), Mariano Messera, Mauricio Ferradas
San Lorenzo: Juan Menseguez, Lautaro Fórmica, Jerónimo Morales Neumann
San Martín de San Juan: Pablo Cuba
Vélez Sársfield: Germán Montoya, Santiago Silva (Uruguay)

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