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For the new Boca, the old acquaintance is approaching and the central one appears in Europe – 31.12.2018

There is a day that was a bunch of Nicolas Lodeira and his relationship with Boca. That was September 13, 2015. That day at the Monumental Stadium, Uruguay scored a goal with which Boca won Superclásico and jumped to the top of the tournament that would eventually win.

In two seasons, Lodeiro was a minor with the main player in Boca, where he played 51 matches, scored 11 goals and won two titles (local tournament and Copa Argentina 2015) with Rodolfo Arruabarrena as a coach.

Now the roads can meet again. Since Boca needs an offensive link of his style, similar to the one who will no longer have to go with Colombian Edwin Cardone.

That is why, apart from the more ambitious candidates such as Franco Vázquez (Sevilla) or Leandro Paredes (Zenit), the possible return of Lodeira begins to occupy La Boca.

Lodeiro, 29, and born in Paysandú, has a contract until December 2021 Seattle Sounders in the US MLS, There he came from Boca in mid 2016 and played 32 games in which he scored 11 goals.

Everything will begin to be tackled starting Wednesday when Gustavo Alfaro is officially presented as a new coach after the departure of Guillermo Barroso Schelto. Former Huracan coach came with Nicolas Burdisso's approval, and is expected to be conclave with a new manager to skim the Boca model in 2019.

In addition to reinforcing the lineup, they would also seek a defense attorney who would cover the departure of Lisandro Magallana, sold to Ajax. There are already advanced negotiations in this area with Paraguay Junior Alonso, a left-back 25-year-old defender who has no continuity in Celta de Vigo and could become the first player to strengthen xeneize.

Alonso came to Celt on a loan from Lille in France, has a contract until June, but could unblock his departure and get a loan for Boca. In January 2017 Diego Cocca wanted to hire him for Racing, although at the last moment Lille won the wrestling fight and bought him in Cerro Porteño, where Alonso started his professional career in 2012.

Alonso's last match was on October 19th at Celtin 1-0 lost to Alaves. From that moment on, Vigo has played eight games and none of them defended the paraglider.

Paragvajac Junior Alonso with his team's basketball team in a friendly match against Japan in June 2018 AFP

Paragvajac Junior Alonso with his team's basketball team in a friendly match against Japan in June 2018 AFP

Meanwhile, in the event that Wilmar Barrios arrives at an irresistible bid, his replacement is already in the map. This is Jorman Campuzano, also Colombian 5, with more games than cobwebs, which stands out at Atlético Nacional de Medellín.

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