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The mouth comes from another stranger: Lucas Olaza lends to Celta – 31.3.2019



The departure of Wilmar Barrio solved Gustavo Alfaro's problem because of a quota of foreigners. The number of foreigners in Boca has dropped from six to five. But this Thursday was another one. Lucas Olaza He is a new player in Celta de Vigo.

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The Spanish club made its signatures through social networks and welcomed the Uruguayan, who had already gone through a branch of the Galician club between 2014 and 2015.

"The left-hand side of the RC Celta is immersed in power, strength and strength, the quality of the players known to the heavenly fans, the Uruguayan party Lucas Olaza returns to Vigo with the opportunity to buy Boca Juniors with whom he recently played as the Copa Libertadores finisher against the River Plate" club in your presentation.

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The player has become a key member of the Guillermo Barroso Schelotta team for the last semester, but lost Gustavo Alfar's arrival at the time. DT even warned that Paraguayan Junior Alonso, one of the reinforcements, could occupy this position.

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Before borrowing, Boca took advantage of the $ 3.7 million purchase for 70% of the Talleres de Cordoba card. Celta will be lent for 18 months.

Celta in his statement also highlights Olaza's ability, which scored 17 points in her career and provided nine assists. "The defender excels in a great shot of the ball, allowing him to win a lot of goals," he says.

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Alfaro will be able to re-register with Frank Fabra in Colombia and will not have problems with a foreigner's quota. Boca also has Uruguayan Nahitan Nandez, Paraguayan Alonso and Colombian Jorman Campuzano.

Will a new alien come when another quota is released? Boca is still looking for a heavy midfielder after Sporting Lisbon refused to sell Marcos Acuña and is now Emiliano Rigoni. Paraguayan Oscar Romero is also an alternative.


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