Cruz Azul midfielder Ivan Marcone is set to full a switch to Argentine large Boca Juniors, a source shut to the negotiations informed ESPN Mexico.
The 28-year-previous former Independiente participant was key in serving to Cruz Azul attain the 2018 Apertura remaining final season and win the Copa MX. The switch charge is shut to $eight million, in accordance to the source.
Marcone will likely be pushing for a spot in Lionel Scaloni’s Argentina squad at subsequent summer season’s Copa America in Brazil, and his absence in Pedro Caxinha’s midfield at Cruz Azul will depart a major gap.
The participant has already mentioned farewell to his teammates, and he left Cruz Azul’s coaching advanced La Noria via a facet exit to keep away from awaiting media.
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Over at Liga MX champion Membership America, Diego Lainez’s future has been the topic of frenzied hypothesis, with Real Betis and Ajax within the hunt for the 18-year-previous’s signature.
America and Betis administrators met in Mexico Metropolis on Wednesday morning to talk about a switch that might be price up to $17 million, in accordance to ESPN’s Leon Lecanda, and a future switch of Andres Guardado within the different course might be a part of the negotiations.
Paraguay worldwide winger Cecilio Dominguez has additionally been the topic of a proposal to depart Membership America and move to Argentine membership Independiente, in accordance to TyC Sports activities. El Rojo is prepared to pay a membership document $6 million for 70 % of the 24-year-previous’s rights, the report says.
One participant not going to be going wherever this switch window is Pachuca’s Victor Guzman, who has frequently been linked with a move to Europe, together with to Atletico Madrid.
Pachuca president Jesus Martinez informed ESPN’s Los Capitanes on Wednesday that the membership has already rejected some “spectacular presents” from Europe for the Mexico midfielder and that the 23-year-previous wants six extra months in Mexico earlier than setting sail.
Martinez additionally mentioned he is been in touch with Porto midfielder Hector Herrera, indicating that the midfielder — who’s out of contract in the summertime — has presents from “large groups” in Europe.