While in Argentina the quarantine will continue until at least June 28, the next pass market is expected to be austere in view of the economic difficulties the clubs are going through.
In Boca punctually, the club already made the decision not to renew the contract of Marcos Díaz while analyzing offers for Agustín Rossi who must return from his loan in Lanús although he could continue his career in European football.
And although Esteban Andrada remains as the starting goalkeeper, the club is evaluating adding a goalkeeper to go to the bank in case Rossi's departure occurs. The name of Sebastián Sosa began to emerge after he himself announced that he is evaluating offers and that he would not look down on returning to Boca.
At the Argentine club, Sosa played in the 2011-2011 season, winning the league title and the Argentina Cup. He is currently in Morelia, although the club will be renamed Mazatlán FC and will change its headquarters.
Sosa assured in dialogue with TyC Sports that "with Juan (Riquelme) I have been speaking since I left, we always kept in touch and this time, speaking of this situation, I let him know, as I said at some point, that it would be a nice opportunity. I went with little flavor. "
The goalkeeper left the club on bad terms with the previous leadership and he said so on his social networks where a few days ago he published that "Angelici played the idiot and left me a month waiting to fix the renovation. Also, he could have used of the option established where I joined the club for three more years but it did not happen either. " Will he return to Boca?
Angelici played dumb and left me a month waiting to fix the renovation. In addition, I could have made use of the established option where I joined the club for 3 more years and it did not happen either). At some Live recently I already told the full movie. Not everything is as it seems— Sebastian Sosa (@ sebauruguayo1)
June 1, 2020