The signing of Barovero, a champion of the Libertadores for the goal of Burgos

J. Abizanda
  Updated: 06/02/2020 20:17
 The Burgos CF has made official the signing of Marcelo Barovero 36-year-old Argentine goalkeeper who in 2015 conquered the Copa Libertadores with the River Plate and that the two In recent seasons he has been a member of the Mexican Monterrey. The good relationship that he maintains with Antonio Caselli, former manager of the millionaire team and now owner of the Spanish club of Second Division B, has been essential for the arrival of the veteran goalkeeper at the El Plantío stadium. Barovero a goalkeeper with a long history, left Argentina in 2016 after playing in Atlético de Rafaela, Huracán, Vélez and River . He undertook the Mexican adventure to enroll in Nexaca and for the last two years he has militated in Monterrey with which he has conquered an Opening Tournament and a Concacaf Champions League (2019 ). Although he had offers to continue in Mexico and also to return to his country, the goalkeeper has finally opted for the option of playing on Caselli's team in Second Division B, with which he has committed for two seasons. 🔴 ATTENTION: OFFICIAL AND FIRST AT #TNTSportsEnCasa 🏠👉 Marcelo Barovero will tackle in Burgos 🇪🇸As confirmed by this 🗣 Antonio Caselli, president of the institution: "The contract has been signed and I am very happy to incorporate an excellent professional into our club"— TNT Sports LA (en 🏡) (@TNTSportsLA) June 2, 2020The Argentine businessman bought the Burgos club in May of last year and in December his son ​​Franco, the youngest president of Spanish football (24 years old), took command of an entity that aims to promote Spanish professional football. Marcelo Barovero, the entity's first reinforcement for the following season, will have as a partner Leonardo Pisculichi a veteran midfielder (36 years old) with whom he met at River Plate and with whom he maintains a good friendship. However, they are not the only Argentines from the Burgos squad, in which their compatriot Matías Rosales also appears. Themes

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