The 2 signings that Gallardo has demanded to continue in River Plate

As reported 90 minutes of ESPN soccer, Marcelo gallardo has asked the board of directors River Plate the signing of two players for next season with the intention of being able to compensate for the losses that the team will have in the next transfer market. The two players they mentioned are Gabriel Neves and Mathías Laborda.

The millionaire team has been eliminated from the Diego Armando Maradona Cup and the Copa Libertadores de América in the same week and knows that they are going to lose several important pieces in this market (Gonzalo Montiel, Rafael Santos Borre, Nacho Fernández, Jorge Carrascal).

Marcelo Gallardo knows that he needs to make signings to remain one of the best teams in America and, for that same reason, he has two players from a team he coached at the beginning of his career in his sights.

Who are Gabriel Neves and Mathías Laborda?

Snow is a 23-year-old Uruguayan defensive midfielder who plays for Nacional de Montevideo and is one of the best players on the continent at his position. He has decisive associative qualities and fits perfectly into Marcelo Gallardo’s idea of ​​the game. He has a good pass, ability to organize and a long pass to take into account.

Gabriel Neves has already played 12 games in the Copa Libertadores and has given three assists.

On the other hand, Mathías Laborda is a 21-year-old Uruguayan central defender who plays for Nacional de Montevideo. He can also play as a right back. He has qualities to take into account and is a profile that fits well with the Gallardo way of working.

Laborda He has played 10 games in the Copa Libertadores. Despite his young age, he already has experience in the most important tournament at the South American level.

We still have to wait for the season to end at a global level but River Plate is already working on the new additions for next season. The millionaire team wants to continue winning and knows that Gallardo is necessary to continue being the best team on the continent.


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