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Mouth is emerging from another foreigner: Lucas Olaza is going to loan to Celta – 2019.01.31



The departure of Wilmar Barris remedied Gustavo Alfaro a problem with regard to the foreign share. Thus, the number of foreigners in Boca dropped from six to five. But another Thursday went one more. Lucas Olaza is a new player from the Celta de Vigo.

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The Spanish club made official its signing through social networks, welcoming the Uruguayan, which already happened, between 2014 and 2015, by the subsidiary of the Galician club.

"The left side of the defense of the RC Celta is a soup of strength, power and solidity, qualities of a player already known for the celestial fans. Uruguayan side Lucas Olaza returns to Vigo ceded with option to buy for Boca Juniors, set with what he recently played, as the starter, the Libertadores Cup final against River Plate, "the club publishes in its presentation.

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The player became the last semester in a key piece of Guillermo Fangs Schelotto's team, but with the arrival of Gustavo Alfaro he lost some ground. The coach even warned that Paraguayan Júnior Alonso, one of the reinforcers, could occupy this place.

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Before lending it, Boca made use of the purchase option that had $ 3,700,000 for 70% of the past, which was from Talleres de Córdoba. Celta will be loaned for 18 months.

Celta, in his statement, also highlights the scoring ability of Olaza, who scored seventeen goals in his career and gave nine assists. "The defense stands out because of his great ball, which has allowed him to score a good number of goals," he says.

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Now, Alfaro will be able to return to the Colombian Frank Fabra again and he will not have problems with the foreigner's quota. Mouth also has the Nahitan Nandez Uruguayan, Paraguayan Alonso and also Colombian Jorman Campuzano.

Will a new foreigner come now that he freed up more? Boca continues to look for a midfielder after the refusal of Sporting Lisbon to sell to Marc Acuña and is now going through Emiliano Rigoni. The Paraguayan Oscar Romero is an alternative too.


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