Independiente have added an entire ‘squad’ in this transfer market: how many would play in their debut against Talleres?

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There are just a few days left until the official competition starts, but in Independent New faces keep coming. This Tuesday appeared in Avellaneda a Baldassarre Barciathe eleventh reinforcement of the team led by Leandro Stillitano. El Rojo has already incorporated “an entire squad” so far in the transfer market, which closes this Thursday. And at the premiere this Saturday first The workshops in Córdoba will feature at least four of them of newcomers to the starting lineup.

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Barcia signed his contract until 2025 after Independiente managed to transfer the first part of the $500,000, the amount for which he acquired half of his pass to Rentistas de Uruguay. The 21-year-old midfielder arrives with the approval of Stillitano, who together with sporting director, Pablo Cavallero, and the club’s technical secretary carried out an analysis of 700 players during this break to squeeze the passing book and add uncompromising players to the delicate economy of the institution.

The Uruguayan is the last to arrive, however the devil is not retired yet. Should a sale be finalized (Boca or Cerro Porteño are interested in Sergio Barretto) or if a good contractual opportunity presents itself, there could be more landings. Otherwise everything would remain like this.

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And that’s not much. Independiente added eleven players: Barcia, Javier Baez (Rosario Central), Martín Sarrafiore (Vasco Da Gama), Rodrigo Rey (Gymnastics and Fencing La Plata), Damián Pérez (Arsenal), Kevin López (Quilmes), Luciano Gómez (Banfield), Martín Cauteruccio (Aldosivi de Mar del Plata), Mauricio Cuero (Banfield), Matías Giménez (San Martín de San Juan) and Agustín Mulet (Vélez).

from those, four are shaping up to be headlines this weekend. Rey will be in goal, Luciano Gómez will occupy the left side, while Mulet will appear in midfield and Giménez will be the nine. The eleven, therefore, would be: King; Gomez, Barreto (if not transferred), Joaquin Laso, Ayrton Costa; Forklift, Ivan Marcone; Tomás Pozzo, Juan Cazares, Rodrigo Márquez; and Gimenez.

What will move to Mexico is Lucas ‘Salta’ Gonzalez. The quarry midfielder goes on loan to Santos Laguna with a fee of $ 250,000 and a purchase option of $ 1.8 million for the transfer of him.

Good news from FIFA

FIFA ruled in favor of Independiente and rejected the disciplinary request requested by América de México, which demanded the removal of the points and the loss of the Red category for the debt of the passage of Cecilio Domínguez. From Switzerland they have not given in and for now there will not even be inhibitions.

Source: Clarin

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